Prince George and Princess Charlotte visited the Royal baby in hospital
Prince William brought Prince George and Princess Charlotte to St. Mary’s hospital in order to meet their new baby brother.
According to Inquisitr, Prince George and Princess Charlotte are ready to welcome their brother, and Prince William wasn't hesitant to bring them together.
The two little royals were headed to St. Mary’s Hospital in London on Monday to officially meet the newest member of the British Royal Family.
According to Us Weekly, the 35-year-old royal seemed like the happiest man alive as his older children arrived just hours after Kate Midleton gave birth.
Prince William came out of the building after the baby’s birth to wave to the crowd that gathered outside of the hospital.
William told the reporters who were waiting outside that he would be back soon and he then climbed into an SUV, heading to Kensington Palace.
According to Mirror, both George and Charlotte were smiling, with the princess looking happier than George as she was led into the building.
Although George, who spent the day at school and was dressed in his school uniform, appeared shy as he arrived, Charlotte waved at the cameras twice before walking up the stairs.
While Kensington Palace said the baby's name would be "announced in due course", most rumors point at the name of Arthur.
According to Metro, the Duchess of Cambridge safely delivered the boy, weighing 8lbs 7oz. Prince William was present for the birth.
The new prince is fifth in line to the British throne, and the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh’s sixth great-grandchild.