Kate Middleton and Prince William Reveal Royal Baby's Name

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Kate Middleton and Prince William Reveal Royal Baby's Name
Carole and Michael Middleton visited the baby around 3:15 pm, BST.
Next to visit were Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall! 
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. 
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.
The Cambridge family! With the introduction of the Prince into the world, there are now three direct heirs to the throne.
Kate looked at her son adoringly as William waved to the crowd above.
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 looks down at his son and heir.
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!
Once baby Cambridge was safely secured in his car seat, his proud Dad took him to the car, and the family whisked off to their home in Kensington Palace at last.

After months of speculation, the Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William have announced the name of their newest addition: George Alexander Louis! According to BBC, his birth certificate and future marriage certificate will have the surname "Mountbatten-Windsor."

Check out Kate's royal pregnancy style here!

As the world continues to react to the news of a royal birth for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, the happy parents stepped out for the first time this morning to visit Kate's parents in Buckleberry after a brief 'play-date' with the Queen and Uncle Harry.

The name choice is in keeping with royal tradition as many experts predicted -- more than one name was given to the young royal. Traditionally, three or four names are given. The young prince will be addressed as 'His Royal Highness Prince George of Cambridge.'

After the birth was announced, we polled our readers and 30.7% hoped he would be named Alexander, while 18.0% picked James and 12.9% chose Phillip. George came in 5th with 11.8% of the votes and Louis was the dark horse in our poll with 3.3% of the vote. To see all the results, click here!

One other story making headlines this morning is that the Royal Baby is the heaviest future King to be born in 100 years. Weighing in at a healthy 8 lbs. 6 oz., Prince William weighed 7 lbs. 1.5 oz., and Prince Charles weighed 7 lbs. 6 oz. when he was born in 1948.

As we continue to receive more information about the royal birth and Kate and Wills' future plans, check back with StyleList for all your royal baby coverage.
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