Kate Middleton Called ‘Princess’ In Baby George’s Birth Registry

Kate Middleton is called a “Princess” as Prince George’s birth is now official after his father, Prince William, Duke of Cambridge traveled to London to sign the birth certificate.

William and Kate officially registered their son on Friday at Kensington Palace. The Duke and Duchess, both 31, registered their baby boy with the signature witnessed by Registrar from Westminster Register Office.

Regular people have to go to the Register Office in person to legalize the birth of their children, but in this case the official traveled to Kensington Palace to meet the Prince.

Kate stayed behind at her parents’ home in Bucklebury, which is about 50 miles outside of London. The couple have been spending the time following George’s birth at her family home in order to avoid the London pressures.

Kate Middleton and her husband announced their intention of getting to know their baby, before William goes back to work in Wales. He is a search and rescue pilot for the Royal Air Force (RAF).

The Prince took the standard two weeks paternity leave allowed in England, with pay.

The royal couple welcomed their first son and future King of England on Monday July 22 after months of speculation as to what gender the baby would be.

The future King was named George Alexander Louis to the delight of all his subject who waited for what seemed like an eternity for his arrival.

In a similar situation to that in which Prince William was presented to the world, the royal couple came out of the hospital with the little bundle the day after his birth and posed for photographers. They spoke briefly with some members of the press.

The following day after the Queen, the baby’s great-grandmother visited and supposedly approved of the names chosen, Kate and William departed for quieter surroundings in Bucklebury.

Kate Middleton did not accompany her husband to sign the birth registry.