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Entertainment Prince George, Princess Charlotte Were ‘Very Excited’ to Meet New Brother

01:51  24 april  2018
01:51  24 april  2018 Source:   usmagazine.com

Line of succession to the British throne

  Line of succession to the British throne Prince William and his wife Kate's baby will be fifth in line to inherit the British throne, behind big brother Prince George and sister Princess Charlotte.When the baby is born, everyone below will be moved down a place, including William's brother Prince Harry who will drop from fifth to sixth position.

Prince George and Princess Charlotte were ‘ very excited ’ to meet their new baby brother on Monday, April 23, a source tells Us Weekly — get the Prince William arrives with Prince George and Princess Charlotte at the Lindo Wing after Kate Middleton gave birth to their son at St. Mary's

Опубликовано: 16 мая 2018 г. Prince George and Princess Charlotte were thrilled to meet their new baby brother on Monday, April 23. A source revealed that they " were with the baby for 25 minutes and were very excited to meet their new sibling."

Excited siblings! Prince George and Princess Charlotte were thrilled to meet their new baby brother on Monday, April 23, a source tells Us Weekly.

“George and Charlotte were with the baby for 25 minutes and we’re very excited to meet their new sibling,” the source tells Us. “It’s unlikely they’ll be asleep when William and Kate arrive home. They’ll be up all night, excited about their new brother.”

Prince William brought George and Charlotte to St. Mary’s Hospital in London on Monday shortly after Duchess Kate gave birth. The 4-year-old prince sported his school uniform and his sister, who turns 3 next week, wore a powder blue dress and a navy sweater. While George stayed close to his father, the princess proudly waved to the crowd waiting outside the hospital.

Traditions surrounding a British royal birth

  Traditions surrounding a British royal birth Prince William and his wife Kate may present themselves as modern parents but their third child will still be a senior royal as the fifth in line to the throne, and certain traditions must be respected. - Once, the home secretary, Britain's interior minister, would have been expected to witness births of potential heirs. Fortunately for Kate this tradition ended with the birth of the queen's cousin, Princess Alexandra, in 1936.- William was on hand for the first and second babies, and is making no exception for the third.

Prince William led his first two children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte , into St. Mary's Hospital in London to meet the newest member of the royal

Prince George and Princess Charlotte arrived at St. Mary's Hospital in central London Monday to meet their new Prince George and Princess Charlotte wave goodbye to Canada after royal tour Prince George is very happy with his sticker on trip to Fairford - Daily Mail - Продолжительность: 2

The source explained to Us that the royal family’s longtime nanny, Maria, also entered the hospital after the kids arrived with William, 35. Nanny Maria took the kids back to 950339472_Prince-George-Prince-William-Princess-Charlotte-zoom© Daniel Leal-Olivas/AFP/Getty Images 950339472_Prince-George-Prince-William-Princess-Charlotte-zoom Kensington Palace after their visit.

Shortly after George and Charlotte left, William and Kate, 36, also departed the hospital. The couple stepped out with their newborn son and  headed home after William answered a few questions from the crowd, including one about baby No. 3’s name.

“We’re very happy. We’re delighted,” he told the press, teasing that the couple will reveal their third child’s name “soon enough.”

Kensington Palace, who announced royal baby No. 3’s arrival in a statement on Monday, also shared a photo of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge leaving the hospital.

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  Here's How Kate Middleton and Prince William's Royal Baby Just Changed the Succession to the British Throne The new royal baby may be less than a few hours old, but he has already made history. The latest addition to the family of Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, who was born Monday just hours after Kate Middleton was admitted to the Lindo Wing at St. Mary’s Hospital, is the first newborn in the immediate Royal Family to be affected by changes to the line in succession.The Succession to the Crown Act, which was introduced in 2013 but only went into effect in 2015, amended the rules surrounding succession to the British throne so it is no longer dependent on gender.

Princess Charlotte stole the show as she arrived to visit her newborn baby brother . The 2-year-old smiled and waved to journalists and shouting royal

Here's how Prince George and Princess Charlotte are adjusting to having a new sibling. After they were spotted by the crowd outside the hospital — and Princess Charlotte made sure to wave at everyone — Prince William took his five-year-old and three-year-old in to meet Prince Louis.

“Welcome to the family,” the palace wrote alongside a pic of Will and Kate waving to the onlookers with their new bundle of joy.

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Get a gander at Princess Diana's nephew Louis Spencer, Viscount Althorp, plus Princess Margaret's grandsons Samuel and Arthur Chatto.Social media was particularly excited to see photos of Harry's first cousin on his late mother Princess Diana's side, handsome 24-year-old Louis Spencer, Viscount Althorp, the son of Diana's brother, Earl Charles Spencer. He attended the wedding with sisters Eliza Spencer (left) and Kitty Spencer (right) and mom Victoria Aitken.

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