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The newest prince (whose name is yet to be announced) met his great grandmother today, Queen Elizabeth II. He also met his uncle, Prince Harry. Read more from usweekly.com.
The queen was wearing blue -- turquoise, to be exact, according to hellomagazine.com.
We wonder if this was a planned thing. That's because London has been painting the town blue this week in celebration of the royal baby boy.
And when Kate's parents, Carole and Michael Middleton, visited their new grandson at St. Mary's Hospital Tuesday afternoon, they were both wearing blue. Check it out in the E! News video below.
Kate and Prince William also emerged in all blue when they left the hospital with the baby yesterday. See photos of the royals dressed in blue during the baby's debut outside the hospital.
But it looks like Prince Charles and his wife Camilla didn't get the memo. Well, Prince Charles did wear a yellow and blue striped tie with his gray suit. But Camilla wore a peach dress.
But back to the queen.
The 87-year-old monarch arrived today at Kensington Palace to meet the new heir, who is third in line to the throne. Kensington Palace is where the new family of three is spending their first day at home together. Read more from usweekly.com.
Do you think the baby's name came up during the visit? Check out what our readers think the baby should be named and add your own royal name to the list.
The baby was wrapped in a white blanket yesterday (not blue!), so we didn't get a good glimpse at what he was wearing. This leaves us wondering how his parents will dress him. Check out what four fashion designers with Boston ties came up with when we asked them to envision an outfit fit for a royal baby. This outfit, left, was designed by Lori Kyler Christensen from the Boston-based clothing label Venni Caprice.
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