Having already made his first official public appearance, it's reported that Prince Cambridge has since met aunt Pippa and his great-grandmother, the Queen, for the very first time
After Kate Middleton and Prince William introduced the third heir to the throne to waiting press, explaining to the world that it was a "very emotional" and "very special" time, the pair drove their new son back home to Kensington Palace where sister Pippa Middleton and her boyfriend Nico Jackson were apparently waiting to meet the latest Royal family member.
Pippa and Nico are said to have travelled to West London on the day of the birth, and waited at Kensington Palace for the Duke, Duchess and Prince's arrival - while Kate's mum and dad, Carole and Michael Middleton, were photographed entering the private Lindo Wing earlier that day at 3pm, followed by the arrival of Prince Charles and Camilla at 5.30pm.
And that wasn't the only set of visitors the Royal baby has received, as the Queen was spotted driving into Kensington Palace earlier today marking the joyous occasion. At a reception held at Buckingham Palace, the Queen told guests she was "thrilled" at the arrival of her first great-grandson.
All eyes are now on Kate Middleton and Prince William, who are rumoured to be spending the next few weeks bonding with their son at the Middleton family home in Berkshire.
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