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25 April 2018, 02:25 | Lowell Little
BREAKING: Prince George and Princess Charlotte arrive at hospital to meet their little brother
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.
The 35-year-old Duke of Cambridge lets go of his son and daughter's hand and seems to pat Charlotte on the back to usher her forward.
So far, people can't get enough of Charlotte's adorable waves to the crowd, calling her "so cute" and "adorable".
Even as the family group walked up the familiar stone steps into the Lindo Wing, there was still time for a last cheeky little look over her shoulder and another dimpled grin and wave.
"Favourite thing today was this blink-and-you'll miss it moment inside the hospital where George appears to flick Charlotte's head!" As he left, William said the children had been "very excited, delighted" to meet their baby brother.
The pressure of being royal, and living family life on a public stage, is never shown in more stark relief than it is on the steps of the Lindo Wing.
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