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Today was a big day for Princess Charlotte.
Not only did she become a big sister when her mum Kate Middleton gave birth to a healthy baby boy, she also made history by becoming the first female royal to retain her claim to the throne despite the arrival of a new male.
But none of this seemed to bother the two-year-old, and she didn’t appear at all shy or nervous when she went to meet her little brother for the first time despite huge screaming crowds gathering to see her.
Dressed in a blue dress and a navy cardigan, Charlotte seemed to love her moment in the spotlight and waved and smiled to the cameras.
She arrived at the Lindo Wing of St Mary’s Hospital in Paddington in the family’s Range Rover with Prince William and big brother George.
Her dad lifted her out the car and walked hand in hand with his two children along the street and up the hospital steps.
Little Charlotte waved the whole time and before walking through the front door she turned around to face the crowds one more time and treated them to another adorable little wave.
Prince George gave crowds a smile but he wasn’t in the mood for a little royal wave.
In contrast, Prince George looked very nervous when he went to meet his little sister back in May 2015.
Prince William ended up carrying him up the steps after the pressure got a bit too much for the young royal.
Kate arrived at the private wing of the NHS hospital at 6am this morning after going into labour.
She gave birth to a healthy baby boy at 11.01am this morning.
Kensington Palace said the baby’s name would be "announced in due course", but Arthur is already the favourite with punters, according to the bookies.
Prince George went to school as normal, finishing at about 3pm, and Princess Charlotte was at home at Kensington Palace.
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