The Royal Princess is here!

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Not more than 11 hours after birth, the Royal Princess makes her first public appearance and could not be any cuter. See here!


On May 2, 2015, Catherine, The Duchess of Cambridge was rushed to the Lindo Wing of St. Mary’s Hospital after going into labor. No more than 3 hours later, the Royal princess was born at a healthy 8lbs. 3 oz.

The birth was officially announced via Kensington Palace’s website informing the public that the new Royal was a girl and via a town crier outside the Lindo Wing. Two footmen also placed the official declaration of the baby’s birth on an easel outside Buckingham Palace.

A few hours later, William, the Duke of Cambridge, left Lindo Wing to fetch Prince George  from Kensington Palace to see his baby sister. Which was then followed by the Royal princess’ first photocall, a mere 11 hours or so after her birth.

The Royal family has since left St. Mary’s hospital and returned to Kensington Palace.

Here are some photos of the Royal princess:

Screen cap from The Telegraph's YouTube Channel

Screen cap from The Telegraph’s YouTube Channel

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Screen cap from The Telegraph’s YouTube Channel

Screen cap from The Telegraph's YouTube Channel

Screen cap from The Telegraph’s YouTube Channel

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Fly free to London and Sydney!

To celebrate the birth of Britain’s new Princess, British Airways is giving its young flyers in Singapore the ultimate royal treatment by offering complimentary flights to London and Sydney.

The offer is valid for families travelling with children under the age of two and is valid for travel before November 30, 2015.  Accompanying tickets must be booked before May 13, 2015.

What’s more, British Airways is also offering celebratory promotional fares to London and Sydney.  Return fares to London in World Traveller economy class start from S$1,328 while return flights to Sydney start from S$618.

Terms and conditions apply. For more information, please visit ba.com.

 

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Written by

Raisa Tan