The new royal baby is yet to be named but is doing well - see pics!

Prince William and Kate Middleton welcome Royal Baby 3 – a Boy!

India News Bulletin Desk

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have welcomed their third child – a boy – on April 23rd 2018. The new born prince is brother to Prince George and Princess Charlotte.

Duke and Duchess of Cambridge show off their newborn son to the world
Duke and Duchess of Cambridge show off their newborn son to the world

The baby, who was born weighing 8lbs 7oz at 11:01 BST, is the fifth in line to the throne and the Queen's sixth great-grandchild. Prince William was present for birth and is said to be very excited and happy.

Here is the first glimpse of the new royal baby and proud parents!

Both the mother and the son are doing well, official Kensington Palace press communique said.

The 36-year-old Duchess of Cambridge, best known as Kate Middleton wore her favourite designer Jenny Packham’s red dress with white collar and looked fresh and elegant despite labour.

Royal Baby 3 - The new prince up close and personal!
Royal Baby 3 - The new prince up close and personal!

The Duchess went to the hospital in the morning of Monday and their son was born before noon.   

Prince George and Princess Charlotte visit their newborn brother
Prince George and Princess Charlotte visit their newborn brother

The baby was born in private Lindo Wing of St. Mary's Hospital in London where both 4-year-old Prince George and sister Princess Charlotte were born. The new prince is yet to be named. The birth of the prince was overseen by a team of expert doctors including consultant obstetrician Guy Thorpe-Beeston and consultant gynecologist Alan Farthing, who both also oversaw birth of other two royal children. 

Television crew, media, royalists, tourists and fans camped outside Kensington Palace and St Mary’s hospital to get a glimpse of the newborn.

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