Why the Royal Baby Is Reportedly Bonding Faster With Princess Charlotte Than Prince George
On Monday, Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, gave birth to the royal family's third child, a son whose name has yet to be revealed, with her husband Prince William by her side.
And just hours after giving birth to the healthy baby boy, William and Kate introduced him to his older siblings, Princess Charlotte and Prince George.
Charlotte and George entered St. Mary's Hospital's Lindo Wing together, holding hands and waving to the press, as any good royal siblings would do. There, they met with their baby brother before heading home to Kensington Palace for a new life as a family of five.
At home, Elle reported, princess Charlotte and the new royal baby are getting plenty of one-on-one time because Prince George had to return to school just one day after the child's birth, while little Charlotte gets to stay home and play with her brand new sibling until Thursday.
But it's not all bad news for little George. As Elle pointed out, his father Prince William is expected to walk Prince George to school every day throughout his paternity leave, meaning he will get plenty of father bonding time out of the deal.
It's also expected that Prince George and Princess Charlotte will get more older sibling bonding time together as they will likely each play major roles in their uncle Prince Harry's upcoming wedding with Meghan Markle. According to Vanity Fair, George will likely play the part of page boy, while Charlotte will most likely be a flower girl.
Sadly, the newest royal child will likely be absent from the big day as he will only be a few weeks old when Harry and Meghan walk down the aisle on May 19.