Those babies who are born on the same day as William and Kate’s first child will be sent a “lucky” silver coin to celebrate the royal arrival.
Well, now we can imagine how lucky is the baby prince to be a part of the royal family. The gift keeps to the tradition of receiving silver at birth. The coinage has been marked with the year 2013 to honor the babies’ year of birth.
The Duchess of Cambridge has given birth to royal baby in St Mary’s Hospital in west London. When Prince William and Kate came out of the hospital Addressing the waiting crowd, Prince William said: “I’ll remind him of the eagerness of his arrival when he’s a bit older. Whoever saw the baby they were just mesmerized by the innocence of the baby Prince Charles expressed his feelings by saying ”the baby was marvelous” while Mrs. Middleton said he was “absolutely beautiful”.
After less than 24 hours, the little Prince made his worldwide appearance outside St. Mary’s Hospital as his proud parents introduced him to his fans and reporters who were eagerly waiting outside the hospital for a very long tie just the see the baby prince. “It’s very emotional moment for me,” Duchess Catherine said of becoming a mom. “It’s a special phase. I think any parent probably understand of what this feeling is like.”
The birth of the third generation in line to the throne was welcomed gun salutes at Green Park and the Tower of London and the ringing of bells at Westminster Abbey. And the watchers and tourists gathered outside Buckingham Palace in the rain to catch a sight of the announcement displayed on an easel – declaring the arrival of the royal baby.
The birth of the prince means the kingdom has three generations of heirs to the cathedra for the first time since 1901. Royal fans of Buckingham Palace started spontaneous street parties, celebrating the news of the heir to the throne’s birth. Proud grandfather Prince Charles said he and the Duchess of Cornwall were “overjoyed at the arrival of first grandchild.