Prince Harry has met his first nephew at Kensington Palace, royal officials have confirmed.
Harry’s visit, and his first meeting with the little Prince comes after the Queen’s trip to the Palace on Wednesday morning.
The Queen spent around 30 minutes with the new parents after telling guests at Buckingham Palace on Tuesday evening she was “thrilled” to hear about the latest addition to the family.
Her Majesty and Harry’s visit now means that the couple and their new born have been visited by all immediate family.
Kate’s parents Michael and Carole Middleton visited the new parents at the Lindo Wing on Tuesday afternoon, closely followed by The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall.
It is also believed when the couple arrived back at Kensington Palace on Tuesday evening, the proud parents were greeted by the Duchess’ sister Pippa and brother James Middleton.
New parents William and Kate left the Lindo Wing after revealing their little Prince to the world’s media outside the Lindo Wing.
Kate admitted the whole thing had been very “emotional,” while William confirmed the couple were still deciding on names.
“We’re still working on a name, so we will have that as soon as we can,” the new father told the press.