The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have emerged from St Mary’s Hospital in west London with their new baby son, the BBC reports.
Walking out with their baby to cheers from well wishers, the Duchess said it was “a special time for any parent”.
Prince William said they were “still working on a name”.
The couple then went back inside the private Lindo Wing and placed their son in a car seat. A few minutes later they came outside again and the duke drove his family home to Kensington Palace.
Speaking to reporters, the couple both said the experience was “very emotional”.
They appeared relaxed and smiled broadly in front of the world’s media as they walked out on to steps of the hospital in front of a mass of photographers.
William later held his son and walked forward with his wife to speak to reporters.
He said: “He’s got a good pair of lungs on him, that’s for sure. He’s a big boy, he’s quite heavy. We are still working on a name so we will have that as soon as we can.”
He added: “It’s the first time we have seen him really so we are having a proper chance to catch up.”
The Duchess, smiling as she held her son, said: “It’s such a special time. I think any parent will know what this feeling feels like.”
Speaking to the waiting crowd, Prince William said: “I’ll remind him of his tardiness when he’s a bit older.
“I know how long you’ve all been standing here so hopefully the hospital and you guys can all go back to normal now and we can go and look after him.”
They also revealed William had done the first nappy change.