Princess Charlotte has just made royal history

The Lindo Wing in London has welcomed plenty of royalty

The Lindo Wing in London has welcomed plenty of royalty

Even their father, Prince William, left the Lindo Wing in Princess Diana's arms with a name tag identifying him as "Baby Wales", which the world knew him as for a whole week before the announcement.

However, when the baby's two older siblings arrived outside the hospital with Prince William, Princess Charlotte completely stole the show.

Princess Charlotte became the first female royal to retain her claim to the throne, despite the royal baby being a boy.

Formerly Alice St John Webster, she married Gerald Avenel, a French banker, in 2012, and both the duke and duchess of Cambridge and the duchess's sister Pippa Middleton attended the wedding.

In a clip, the Duke can be seen holding his kids by the hand.

Kate, looking adoringly at her young son, between a wave and smiles, murmured that she was anxious he was getting cold in the blustery wind, and the duo headed inside, before emerging again with the prince in a vehicle capsule ready for his journey home.

We had a day less to wait for Princess Charlotte; she was born on 2nd May, with her name being announced on May 4th.

So far, people can't get enough of Charlotte's adorable waves to the crowd, calling her "so cute" and "adorable". As it stands, after Queen Elizabeth, 69-year-old Prince Charles is in line to be King, then 35-year-old Prince William and then four-year-old Prince George.

Unlike with first-born baby George in 2013, Prince William secured the capsule in the couple's Range Rover with the confidence of a dad who has done it many times before, smiling at photographers.

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