Duchess Kate Middleton and husband Prince William welcomed their third child, a boy, on Monday morning. The entire world is eagerly awaiting the reveal of the new prince's name, amongst any other updates on the new royal bundle of joy.
Only a few hours after his wife gave birth (and before Kate stepped out looking glamorous AF), Prince William brought his two older children, Prince George, 4, and Princess Charlotte, nearly 3, to visit their new sibling. While George looked a bit overwhelmed by all the media attention awaiting his arrival outside of the Lindo Wing, Princess Charlotte happily posed for pictures and gave the most adorable toddler version of the royal wave she could muster up.
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As the two siblings were lead by the Duke of Cambridge into the hospital, cameras caught big brother George wrap his arm around his little sister. (Seriously, if you haven't seen the adorable moment, give it a peek here.)
But how are the two siblings faring with the newborn prince at home? While reports reveal that both Duchess Kate and the baby are doing well -- and Prince William is so exhausted that he's falling asleep during public outings -- Princess Charlotte is allegedly taking to her new brother a bit better than Prince George.
As reported by Elle, the princess is getting plenty of one-on-one time with her younger brother because Prince George had to return to school the morning after the baby was born. And Prince William is on official carpool duty while he finishes the rest of his paternity leave.
Princess Charlotte isn't due back at nursery school until today, but until then, she's chilling at Kensington Palace with her (rightfully exhausted) parents and new brother. Welcome to the world, baby prince -- but we'd really like to know your name!
Related: Prince George and Charlotte take the Lindo Wing
- This article was initially published on AOL.com: Princess Charlotte is 'bonding' quite a lot with new baby brother