The Queen has arrived at Kensington Palace to visit the son of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, ahead of her stay at Balmoral. It is the first time the Queen has seen her great-grandson since his birth on Monday.
The Queen arrived at Kensington Palace today to visit the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their new son.
Royal photographer Arthur Edwards has spoken of the "magical moment" the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge introduced their newborn son to the world:
The front pages of almost all the national papers have hailed the arrival of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's son after the world saw the new prince for the first time yesterday.
The Prince of Cambridge has spent his first night out of hospital at Kensington Palace with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
The royal baby, who has yet to have a name, left St Mary's Hospital yesterday afternoon driven by his father Prince William.
The Queen tonight revealed she was "thrilled" at the arrival of her first great-grandson.
During a Buckingham Palace reception for recipients of the Queen's Award for Enterprise Louise Butt, of Bath-based science marketing firm Select Science, said: "She (the Queen) said she is thrilled and she said he is a big boy. She said the first born is very special. We agreed."
The Prince of Cambridge is spending his first night alone with his parents in Kensington Palace tonight.
The Duke of Cambridge drove his wife the Duchess and the new royal baby home earlier this evening after they left St Mary's hospital near Paddington.