Royals emerge from hospital, little prince introduced to world

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LONDON- The world was able to see the first images of the newborn royal Tuesday afternoon.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are leaving St. Mary's Hospital and heading to Kensington Palace.

When asked about the baby, Prince William said, "He's got her looks thankfully."

So far, the happy couple has not announced the baby's name.

The Middletons stopped by the hospital to visit their grandson this morning.

Carole Middleton said, "He's absolutely beautiful. They're both doing really well and they're so thrilled."

Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall also visited the little prince Tuesday.

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Celebrations continued throughout London as spectators and officials rejoiced about the new Prince of Cambridge.

A royal gun salute was held at London's Green Park.

Crowds gathered to see the King's Troop Royal Horse Artillery ride into the park as 71 horses pulled six WWI era field guns into position.

They fired off a 41 gun salute in honor of the baby.

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