Prince William and Kate Middleton introduced their newborn daughter outside St. Mary’s Hospital in London, England on Saturday (May 2). Wrapped in a white shawl from GH Hurt and Son Ltd. paired with an ivory bonnet, her royal highness slept through the public introduction.
The little princess was wrapped in the same shawl that was used when introducing her older brother, 21-month-old Prince George.
“We’re very happy, very happy,” the Duke of Cambridge, 32, proudly stated.
Just ten hours after giving birth to her 8-lbs., 3-oz. daughter, the Duchess of Cambridge, 33, looked radiant after getting her hair done by Amanda Cook Tucker, and sporting a buttercup print dress by Jenny Packham.
The Duke and Duchess smiled and waved to the crowd before making their way home with William driving a black Range Rover.
The royal couple remain mum on their daughter’s name. The baby’s moniker will likely be announced after her great-grandmother, the Queen, meets her.
On Saturday, May 2, Kensington Palace announced the royal tot’s arrival.
Later that same day, Prince William was seen toting Prince George into the hospital to meet his baby sister.