Royal Baby: Duke, Duchess, Prince Of Cambridge Leave London

The newest royal family is on the move. The Duke, Duchess, and Prince of Cambridge have left London for mom’s parent’s home, Bucklebury in which they have air conditioning, a pool, and the help of the new grandparents.

The royal baby received a visit from great-grandmother, Queen Elizabeth today and new uncle, Prince Harry. Kate and William must have been waiting for the okay from Her Majesty because soon after the visit, it was announced that the new Prince of Cambridge’s name is George Alexander Louis.

Now the new family can put all the speculation behind them and head out-of-town to try to get to know the royal baby, let Kate recover from the birth, and enjoy some of the comforts of being cared for by her parents, whom are very involved in the royal couple’s lives.

From all reports, William adores Kate’s parents, so it shouldn’t be a problem staying at their place. Before Prince George was born they visited often enough. In the absence of William’s mother, the late Princess Diana, Carole Middleton is the next best thing.

Kate and William, along with baby, left London after noon on Wednesday and were seen getting into the same Land Rover which took him away from St. Mary’s Hospital on Tuesday.

This time, however, William had a driver take them to their new destination. It is not known how long the family will remain there, but now that the birth and the naming are over with, we can expect they will spend much-needed down time together before William resumes his duties as rescue pilot in Wales.

Just before 2 p.m the Cambridge’s arrived at the Middleton’s Bucklebury residence, which is secluded and affords them the privacy that they need.

According to Us Magazine, a Palace representative stated,

”This is now private and quiet time for them to get to know their son.”

Reading between the lines, they are telling the world that there will be no more public appearances by the royal baby or the new parents anytime soon.

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