Royal baby: First picture of William and Kate with new son
THE world has had its first glimpse of the new Royal baby boy.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge told the world's media they were "still working on a name" and revealed William had changed the first nappy.
Kate gave birth to a baby boy weighing 8lbs 6oz at 4.24pm on Monday.
The Duke of Cambridge said: "He's a big boy and he's got a good pair of lungs on him, that's for sure. We're still working on a name."
The Duchess of Cambridge added: "It is very emotional. Any parent would know what this feeling feels like. It is a special time for any parent."
The baby was due on July 13 but was finally born nine days later at St Mary's Hospital in west London.
William added: "I'll remind him of his tardiness when he's a bit older.
Referring to his wife, he joked: "He's got her looks thankfully."
Asked about nappy-changing, Kate said: "William's done the first nappy already."
The couple returned into the private Lindo Wing of the hospital and placed the child in a car seat, before coming back out.
William then placed the baby into a 4x4 vehicle before driving his family away towards to Kensington Palace.
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