Oh, she is adorable!
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, along with fans around the world, welcomed the little princess, who is now fourth in line to the throne, early Saturday morning.
We first saw pictures of the family's new bundle of joy as William and Kate left the hospital Saturday evening local time. Kate, William and baby paused to greet the crowd for a few moments. Then the new royal daughter was strapped in a baby seat, similar to her older brother, George, in 2013 (though likely dad William has learned a few things since then).
With eyes closed and wrapped in a white blanket, the as-yet-unnamed baby girl looked cozy in her mother's arms. Big brother George, who had come to visit the hospital earlier, was likely in the care of his nanny during these photo ops.
Kensington Palace also announced on Twitter and in a statement that the Duchess of Cambridge "was safely delivered of a daughter'' at 8:34 a.m. London time (or 3:32 EST), just roughly three hours after she was admitted to central London's St. Mary's Hospital on Saturday. She left the hospital the same day.
The baby weighs 8 pounds 3 ounces (3.7 kg). The palace added that Kate, 33, and her child are both doing well, and that Prince William was present for the birth.
Check out the slideshow below for more pics: