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Duke and Duchess of Cambridge Leave Hospital for Kensington Palace

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have left hospital for Kensington Palace with their new baby son. The couple revealed that they haven’t chosen a name for the baby yet.

Prince William and Kate were filled with joy as they wave to the well-wishing crowds and to the awaiting cameras eager to take snapshots of the royal baby.

The Duchess was moved by the outpour of support : “It's been very emotional. Any parent will know what this feeling is like.”

Prince William was carefully cradling their baby prince as he followed the steps his parents Charles and Diana as they took with him home to Kensington Palace about 31 years ago, when he was born there on June 21, 1982.

“He's a big boy, quite heavy. We're still working on a name,” Prince William told reporters.

“Well he has a good pair of lungs on him, that's for sure,” he added. 

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge pose before the press. The Duchess
holds Baby Cambridge. Image: Justin Goff

Kate waves on the crowd while cradling Baby Cambridge. Prince William
looks on with a smile on his face. Image: Getty Images

Baby Boy Cambridge is crying on his car seat as he and his parents
prepare to leave for Kensington Palace. Image: AFP/Getty Images

Baby Cambridge is wrapped in white cloth as her mother wraps
him in her arms. Image: AP

Prince William carries his beloved baby boy. Image: AP

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