When the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge pick a name for their newborn son, it is likely to be one that carries the weight of history with it; something meaningful; something with precedent. Although People reported that she stayed overnight in the hospital after giving birth to Prince George in 2013, the publication also noted that she left less than 10 hours after welcoming Princess Charlotte in 2015.
Kensington Palace said the name would be announced in "due course" but the current favourite at the bookies is Arthur, followed by James, Philip and Albert.
According to the sources, Kate was admitted to the hospital before 6 a.m. on Monday morning. The new baby's name has yet to be released, but he has already been introduced to the world.
Hint: Buckingham Palace releases an announcement in an old school way.
In the United Kingdom, new moms average a day and a half in the hospital before heading home, according to The Guardian. "The Duchess travelled by auto from Kensington Palace to the Lindo Wing at St. Mary's Hospital with The Duke of Cambridge".
In 2015, Princess Charlotte became the first royal princess to be born within the direct line of succession (fourth after her grandfather Prince Charles, father Prince William and elder brother George) after her great-aunt Princess Anne (The Princess Royal) and the birth of her younger brother, the new baby prince, would not change this order.More news: The politics behind move to impeach chief justice of India Dipak Misra
Prime Minister Theresa May led the messages of support saying: "My warmest congratulations to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on the birth of their baby boy".
News, there's a chance Kate and Prince William will pick Hugh van Cutsem, brother of Prince George's godfather William van Cutsem, as one of their new son's godparents.
Officials announced her previous pregnancies before the traditional 12-week mark because she was too unwell to attend public engagements. "Five hours of labor, but the royal baby brexited his mother healthy".
When a royal baby is born, pomp and circumstance ensues.