The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have arrived in Bucklebury, Berkshire, with their little Prince, after leaving Kensington Palace.
New parents William and Kate waved to well-wishers as they drove away from the palace’s grounds in a black range rover.
The couple’s departure comes hours after the proud parents were visited by William’s grandmother The Queen, who arrived at Kensington Palace at 11am.
The 87-year-old spent around 30 minutes with the Duke and Duchess and their new little Prince. Royal officials later confirmed Prince Harry had met his new nephew, although a time was not given.
The couple’s destination was not confirmed by the Palace, and the UK media did not follow the car due to their ethical practice, however the royal trio were spotted arriving at Kate’s parents’ house in Bucklebury, Berkshire.
It is expected the couple will stay there for the next couple of weeks as they settle into parenthood. William revealed on Tuesday evening he and Kate were still deciding a name for the little Prince.
“We’re still working on a name,” the smiling father confirmed.
Prince William married Kate at Westminster Abbey in April 2011, and upon her marriage she became the Duchess of Cambridge.
The couple confirmed they were expecting their first child in December 2012, when Kate was admitted to hospital after suffering from severe morning sickness.