Kate Middleton and husband Prince William left their home at Kensington Palace this morning to take their newborn son, who is still yet to be named, on his first royal baby outing since he arrived into the world on Monday.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were spotted leaving William’s childhood abode in a blacked out Range Rover with the little Prince of Cambridge strapped into a car seat in the back alongside mum Kate, marking the first sighting of the happy trio since they left St Mary’s Hospital last night.
31-year-old Kate looked ready to face the scorching summer heat in a grey floral print jersey dress and shades, wearing her tumbling brunette locks pulled back into a loose bun. Wills, meanwhile, appeared to be sporting the same blue striped shirt from the day before (is new dad tiredness getting to him already?!) as he rode up front looking fresh and alert in a pair of reading glasses.
It’s not clear where the three were headed, but the family outing comes after Kate, Wills and their little Prince spent their first night at home together since the Duchess gave birth on Monday. Sister Pippa joined the happy little family with boyfriend Nico yesterday evening to toast the baby royal’s arrival, while the Queen popped by the Palace this morning for 30 minutes to meet her two-day-old great-grandson.
Uncle Harry is thought to be the last close relative left to meet the Prince of Cambridge, with the cheeky scamp currently holed up at an airbase in Suffolk as he carries out his RAF duties.
We can only imagine the partying that’s going to take place once GI Ginge arrives home!
By Robyn Munson
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