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Princess Charlotte flashes royal wave as she meets her baby brother
25 April 2018, 02:24 | Nina Hammond
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge pose on Lindo Wing steps with their new son
Prince George affectionately put a caring arm around his little sister Princess Charlotte as they entered the Lindo Wing to meet their new sibling on Monday.
Dressed in his school uniform, Prince George appeared more pensive.
Prince George guided his little sister into the Lindo Wing by putting his hand on her shoulder as they walked down the corridor.
This now famous wave from Princess Charlotte nearly took all the attention away from her new sibling as people around the world gushed over the little royal.
"Favourite thing today was this blink-and-you'll miss it moment inside the hospital where George appears to flick Charlotte's head!" (AAP) Princess Charlotte flashed a gorgeous royal wave to the crowd. "Typical older brother", another person said.
Whatever your views on the monarchy, it would be churlish not to be impressed by the grit shown, once again, by the Duchess of Cambridge as she smiled beatifically in high heels and freshly washed hair, just seven hours after giving birth. Her mother bought the clothes from the children's boutique in the Spanish northern city of San Sebastian.
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