Kate and William make surprising choices for Prince George's godparents
- Kate and William with baby George, taken by Michael Middleton.
- Kate and William pose with baby George and pup Lupo.
- One day following George's birth, Kate and William came out to present their son to the world around 7:20pm BST, glowing as new parents.
- Kate looked absolutely stunning, wearing a light blue polka-dotted Jenny Packham dress.
- Happy family!
- Kate looks down at George's little wave as William says hello to the crowd above.
- The couple smiled at well-wishers and press that surrounded the entrance to the Lindo Wing.
- Smiling for the cameras, Kate held their newborn son close.
- He's ready for his close-up! Presenting the Prince of Cambridge.
- Here's the hand-off, gentle as can be, Kate passes their son to William's waiting hands.
- William looking down at his son George.
- Kate looks adoringly at William as he jokes that the baby "has her good looks, thankfully."
- Kate and William laugh with the press -- clearly blissfully happy with their newest addition!
Next week is Prince George's christening, and as his parents are breaking tradition for where it'll be held -- at a small chapel inside of St. James Palace rather than at Buckingham Palace -- it's no surprise that they're breaking tradition with the big announcement that'll be made on that day. William and Kate have reportedly chosen college and childhood friends, not royals, as the first three godparents for little George.
Royals traditionally have six godparents (we know, crazy!) so we're still holding out for Pippa and Prince Harry as the next to be announced, but many are surprised by the three we already know. Fergus Boyd, William's good college friend and roommate of both Wills and Kate while at St. Andrews, Emilia d'Erlanger, Kate's Marlborough College friend who apparently introduced the Duke and Duchess, and Hugh van Cutsem, a childhood friend of William's are the first to be chose, according to the Sunday Times.
Kate Middleton's best looks
The guest list for Prince George's christening is already pretty small -- just 60 people -- and interestingly omits the Princess Royal and Countess of Wessex. With friends taking precedence over royals in George's life so far, it's a stark contrast to William's christening and godparents in 1982. Prince William's godparents included esteemed royals such as King Constantine of Greece and Princess Alexandra, but we're hearing rumors that no royals or Middletons will take the role for George. We'd be surprised if Kate and William's siblings were actually left off the list, but the final six names is yet to be determined.
Click through the gallery above to see George's first moments in the spotlight, and stay tuned with us next week for coverage of the little Prince's christening!