Kate Middleton has received her very first family visit since giving birth to her and Prince William‘s baby boy yesterday afternoon, with Kate’s proud parents Carole and Michael dropping by St Mary’s Hospital to give their daughter their wellwishes.
Looking thrilled at the news of the royal baby arrival, the new grandparents pulled up to the Paddington hospital in a black cab (so casual!) and were led into the building by lead clinician Jonathan Ramsay to meet the new Prince of Cambridge.
Kate’s mum Carole was rivalling Kris Jenner for the chicest glam-ma award in a dusky blue tea dress and a pair of K-Middy favourited nude court shoes, while husband Michael looked dapper in chinos and a double-breasted navy jacket.
No doubt itching to congratulate Kate and Wills on their exciting new arrival, the royal parents-in-law are the first relatives of the Duke and Duchess to visit the hospital since the royal birth. Kate’s hairdresser, Amanda Cook-Tucker, was also spotted sneaking into St Mary’s earlier today via a side entrance, presumably to get Kate looking photo-ready before she leaves with her new bundle.
Upon leaving St Mary’s, new grandmother Carole gushed to reporters that the little Prince was “absolutely beautiful” before adding: “They are both doing really well, and we are so thrilled.”
Carole and Michael’s visit follows fresh reports that Kate will be staying in hospital until later tonight or tomorrow morning, with the big royal baby unveiling now most likely to happen tomorrow.
We can’t wait!
By Robyn Muns
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