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Royal baby born a prince, but will probably never be king

Royal baby born a prince, but will probably never be king

Arbiter said in an interview with Town & Country magazine that all family members would want to meet the baby before the name was announced.

Arriving to meet her new brother a few hours after his birth, Princess Charlotte captivated crowds and the world's gathered media with her spontaneous smile and expert royal wave, which she kept up for nearly the entire walk from the auto to the hospital doors. Her hair perfectly blow-dried, the mum-of-three wore a Jenny Packham dress just as she did following the births of George and Charlotte, but this time there was an obvious nod to Princess Diana, who sported a red dress with a white collar when she left the hospital with Prince Harry in 1984.

The line of succession falls next to William's eldest son, Prince George, who stands the most likely chance of actually becoming the monarch one day. He also waved to the crowd while being carried by Prince William.

Princess Charlotte stole the show.

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It looks like Charlotte is totally owning her place in line for the throne. The two-year-old princess was wearing an all-blue ensemble.

Meanwhile, side-by-side photos of Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and their youngest sibling have recently been released.

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.

However, yesterday she had waited at home with her nanny, Maria Borallo, all day before heading for the hospital. Pictured: Prince George, Princess Charlotte arrive at Berlin Tegel Airport during an official visit to Poland and Germany on July 19, 2017 in Berlin, Germany.


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