Here's how Princess Charlotte made history after birth of baby brother

Here's how Princess Charlotte made history after birth of baby brother

With a skip and a wave, little Princess Charlotte nearly stole the show as she and her brother, Prince George, arrived to meet their baby brother for the first time yesterday.

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.

The boy was born at 11:01 a.m.in London on Monday to Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge, with her husband Prince William on hand.

Score one for the ladies: Princess Charlotte is the first female heir to the British throne who will maintain her spot in the line of succession despite having a little brother. Next in line is Princess Charlotte, who makes history as the first royal girl not to have her position in the order usurped by a newborn little brother.

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Princess Charlotte wore a Little Larks branded baby blue print dress now available in Arnotts, as she welcomed the latest arrival to her family.

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

'Kate always wanted a third child because she came from a family of three children, ' a royal insider tells New Idea, 'They will want to be a family of five and it's wonderful that the kids are all within a couple of years of each other so they can all grow up together'.

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. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their son will travel home to Kensington Palace...

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