Princess Charlotte and Royal Baby 3 Are Bonding

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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge pose on Lindo Wing steps with their new son
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26 April, 2018

But, these concerns proved unfounded as Princess Charlotte lavished the media attention. Kensington Palace announced around 8:30am this morning that Her Royal Highness had been admitted to hospital with the Duke of Cambridge at her side.

The 3-year-old seemed at ease in front of the press as she entered the Lindo Wing at St Mary's Hospital to meet her new little brother, reports the Daily Mail.

And now, just under three years later, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge step out with their third child, a son, who has yet to be named. Not only did she steal the show just by waving outside the Lindo Wing a few times, but she also went viral because per the Succession to the Crown Act of 2013, she doesn't have to give up her place in line for the throne just because a new little man was born.

The newspapers at the time reported how William, who was dressed in red shorts, a white shirt with red embroidery, white ankle socks and traditional leather bar shoes, ran down the corridor into Diana's arms as she called his name.

Her Majesty The Queen was the first to be notified of the birth.

Prince George still in his school uniform, Princess Charlotte giving a wave to this somewhat intimidating and large bank of cameras and reporters.

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The introduction was judged a success, with William holding baby Harry's hand as he lay in his cot.

When the Duchess of Cambridge was pregnant with Princess Charlotte in 2014, it was put to Harry that the new addition to the royal family would further reduce his own chances of being King.

Prince George guided his little sister into the Lindo Wing by putting his hand on her shoulder as they walked down the corridor.

Prince George is a protective big brother to younger sister, Princess Charlotte.

Royal watchers were expecting the baby half an hour before the official annoucement was made after they saw Kate's personal assistant and stylist leave the hospital.


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