London: The world on Tuesday got its first glimpse of the baby destined to be Britain's King one day, as Prince William and Kate Middleton posed with their newborn son while leaving the hospital. William and his wife kept the world guessing about the name of their first child by saying that they are still working on a name.

"We are still working on a name, so we will have that as soon as we can. It is the first time we have seen him really, so we are having a proper chance to catch up," William told reporters outside St Mary's Hospital in London on Tuesday.
George, James, Alexander and Louis are the bookmakers' favourites for the youngest royal, third in line to the British throne after Prince Charles and William.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge gave the world a glimpse of the Prince of Cambridge for the customary royal family portrait amid cheers from the crowd of well-wishers and media persons from across the globe who were camped outside the hospital.

A beaming Kate posed for pictures before handing her son to William who joked that the baby had more hair than him and had inherited his wife's good looks. The baby raised a tiny hand above his white blankets but remained quiet.
"He has a good pair of lungs on him and he's quite heavy. We are still working on a name. He's got her (Kate) looks, thankfully. I'll remind him of his tardiness when he's a bit older,” said William, taking the little prince from his wife's arms.
31-year-old Kate said: "It is a very emotional moment, like any new parent would know".
William, 31, dressed casually in a blue shirt with rolled up sleeves, and Kate wearing a light blue polka dotted dress, then took their 26-hour-old baby boy wrapped in a white blanket back into the hospital to secure him into a car seat before stepping out again into a Range Rover to be driven away to their home in Kensington Palace where Kate's sister Pippa was reportedly waiting.
In the minutes leading up to their exit at 19:13 (local time), Kensington Palace had issued a statement confirming that the Duchess was to be discharged this evening.
Just before they made their exit, Prince Charles had visited the Lindo Wing of the hospital to see his first grandchild and the third in line to Britain's throne. Accompanied by wife Camilla Parker-Bowles, Charles saw the newest royal heir for the first time at the same wing where both his own sons William and Harry were born.


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