Even though the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge didn't take questions from the media about their new baby Monday evening outside of St. Mary's Hospital, Prince William did make a few informal comments. The loud cheers made it hard to decipher, but close onlookers claim he said they were "very happy, delighted" about their newborn.
He also joked that "we didn't keep you waiting long," in regards to the big debut of the new prince taking place just seven hours after Kate Middleton gave birth. But it was a gesture the new dad made as he was climbing into a car waiting to take him, his wife, and his new son back to Kensington Palace that had people wondering. He held up three fingers and reportedly said: "Thrice worry now."
So it's safe to say the father of three understands just how drastically this new addition will change his family - and his sleep schedule. In fact, this past February at an event at Kensington Palace, Will told guests his thoughts about the approaching arrival of his third child: "Two is fine - I don't know how I'm going to cope with three, I'm going to be permanently tired."
But given his huge smile outside of the hospital today, we're sure no matter how much his sleep suffers, he's thrilled by the arrive of his second son. While Kate didn't address the crowd, those close enough to hear believe she murmured to Will that she was worried about the baby getting too cold before they inevitably headed back inside the hospital before their big departure.
Now that we know what Will said to the crowd, we can't wait to find out what he and Kate named the baby. Only time will tell!
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