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Royal couple show off their baby to world



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Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, carries her newborn son, the Prince of Cambridge, who was born on Monday, into public view for the first time outside the Lindo Wing of St. Mary's Hospital today in London.
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LONDON — Prince William and his wife, Kate, today showed their newborn son outside of a London hospital. Crowds of onlookers gathered outside the St. Mary Hospital cheered the royal couple and baby. Earlier Prince Charles paid a visit to his newborn grandson for the first time. The child is third in line to the British throne. Earlier today, Kate's parents — Michael and Carole Middleton — also paid a visit to their new grandchild. Carole Middleton beamed and said the baby was “absolutely beautiful.”





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The Duke and the Duchess of Cambridge leave St. Mary’s Hospital today in London carrying their newborn son, the Prince of Cambridge, who was born on Monday.
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Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, looks down as she holds the Prince of Cambridge today as she poses for photographers outside St. Mary’s Hospital. The Royal couple are expected to head to London’s Kensington Palace from the hospital with their newborn son, the third in line to the British throne.
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