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See the First Photos of the New Royal Baby!

The little prince has left the hospital!
IMAGE DAVID FISHER/REX/SHUTTERSTOCK
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We finally have our first look at the new royal baby! Just hours after he was born, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge introduced their third child, who isĀ fifth in line to the throne, to the crowds of well-wishers and photographers outside St. Mary's Hospital in London earlier today. In a nod to Princess Diana, Kate wore a striking red dress. Read on to see every photo of Prince George and Princess Charlotte's little sibling.

Waving to the crowd of reporters and well-wishers.


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Kate's dress is bespoke Jenny Packham, and pays tribute to the late Princess Diana.


A sweet photo of the newest addition to the royal family.


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Look at that face!


Just sleeping!


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In the car seat!


Walking down the steps of the Lindo Wing hand in hand.


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Heading to the car!


Up on the steps.


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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge with their new baby boy.


The sea of photographers there to document the occasion.


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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge greet the crowds with their son, who was born earlier this morning.


Greeting well-wishers outside the Lindo Wing.


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A close-up of the little prince!


*This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com
*Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors

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