Pregnant Pippa Middleton has visited Kensington Palace to meet her newborn nephew.
The duchess’ sister was seen driving from the palace this afternoon after the family spent their first night at home with the baby prince.
Pippa stayed for two hours, said the Mirror’s Royal Correspondent Victoria Murphy, who is outside Kensington Palace.
The new prince was born at 11.01am on St George’s Day at St Mary’s Hospital in Paddington, in the exclusive Lindo Wing.
He weighed 8lbs, 7oz – the heaviest of Kate’s three children.
Pippa – who announced she is pregnant this week – was seen in a dusty pink coat and sunglasses outside the palace in a car.
On Saturday it was revealed Pippa, 34, is pregnant with her first child with her financier husband James Matthew, 42.
Kate’s younger sister and her partner are said to be "thrilled".
Close family and friends were told last week after her 12-week scan.
Pippa and James married last May and were said to be keen to start a family.
Their announcement came weeks after James’ younger brother, former Made In Chelsea star Spencer Matthews, 28, and his 32-year-old fiancée, model Vogue Williams, confirmed they were expecting their first child and just days before Kate gave birth to the currently unnamed prince.
The Duke of Cambridge said his son’s name will be revealed soon and bookies have Arthur as the favourite, closely followed by James, Albert and Philip.
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