Princess Charlotte stole the show with her adorable royal wave as she greeted fans outside the Lindo Wing following the birth of her baby brother on April 23.
The name of the royal baby is yet to be announced.
The boy was born at 11:01 a.m.in London on Monday to Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge, with her husband Prince William on hand. Next in line is Princess Charlotte, who makes history as the first royal girl not to have her position in the order usurped by a newborn little brother.
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While George, 4, still dressed in his school uniform, appeared shy and slightly intimidated by the waiting cameras, 2 year-old Charlotte had no such qualms.
Prince George guided his little sister into the Lindo Wing by putting his hand on her shoulder as they walked down the corridor.
A confident Princess Charlotte proved she has already mastered the royal wave as she melted hearts by turning to face the cameras before going inside.
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Charlotte and her big brother stayed for around 20 minutes, getting to know their little brother, before leaving via a back door away from public view.
According to a royal photographer, an ideal photo when Middleton leaves the hospital after delivering the new baby would be capturing the family of five.
They were driven home by staff for tea at Kensington Palace, while they waited for their mother and father to rejoin them.
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The Duke and Duchess reportedly used luxury design company Dragons of Walton Street, Knightsbridge, to create their children's nursery - the same company who designed William and Harry's childhood nursery.