Princess Charlotte flashes royal wave as she meets her baby brother
- Author: Stacy Houston Apr 25, 2018,
Apr 25, 2018, 14:27
The baby's name has yet to be announced.
So far, people can't get enough of Charlotte's adorable waves to the crowd, calling her "so cute" and "adorable".
Prince George guided his little sister into the Lindo Wing by putting his hand on her shoulder as they walked down the corridor.
Arriving to meet her new brother a few hours after his birth, Princess Charlotte captivated crowds and the world's gathered media with her spontaneous smile and expert royal wave, which she kept up for nearly the entire walk from the vehicle to the hospital doors. Princess Charlotte put on an adorable display, waving to the people as she passed, but Prince George was all business until they passed through the doors.
Princess Charlotte looked delighted as she skipped into the hospital to see her little brother.
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In a tweet, Kensington Palace said the boy, weighing 8lbs 7oz (3.82kg), was delivered safely with his father present for the birth.
George, who was much more stoic in front of the crowd than Charlotte, clearly takes his role as older brother seriously.
With the Duke and Duchess involving their children in both royal and life engagements, the princess has not been one to shy away from the camera.
But she is not immune to a gruelling royal tour, or perhaps the sign of a helicopter, with the two-year-old captured staging a mini tantrum on a tarmac in Hamburg last July. William had the duty of calling his grandmother after the birth, just as he did when his two older children George and Charlotte were born. Years ago, the arrival of a new prince would mean he'd frog-leap over his older sister in the line of succession to the throne.