Despite giving birth just hours before, Kate looked immaculate as ever, with her locks styled into her signature bouncy blowdry thanks to hairstylist Amanda Cook Turner.After the Duchess gave birth to Prince George in 2013 and Princess Charlotte in 2015, she also opted to wear British fashion favourite Jenny Packham on both occasions .Shortly before the newborn was presented to the world, his older brother and sister, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, were led inside to meet the youngest royal.The new baby Prince of Cambridge is the younger brother of Prince George, four, and two year old Princess Charlotte.He was born at the Lindo Wing this morning, weighing 8lb 7oz heavier than both his siblings were after their deliveries.Charlotte, at 8lb 3oz, weighed slightly less than George 8lb 6oz.However, she was still above average.The average weight of a baby in the UK is around 7lb 7oz (3.5 kg). All of three of the Duchess of Cambridge children have weighed more than 8lbs.But the new prince is not the heaviest royal baby in recent years.That title falls to Savannah Phillips the daughter of the Queen grandson Peter Phillips who weighed 8lb 8oz in 2010.George was the heaviest future king to be born in recent history. Prince William weighed 7lb 1.5oz in 1982, while Prince Charles weighed 7lb 6oz in 1948.Prince Harry weighed 6lb 14oz in 1984.The Queen then Princess Elizabeth was born by Caesarean section in her maternal grandparents London home.She was also third in line to the throne at the time, but her weight was not announced, as was previously the custom for royal babies.Pod Save the Queen: Royal wedding cake and invitation revealed and remembering the Diana years with Jennie BondFor her previous births, the Duchess had a 23 strong team of top medics working or on stand by from Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust which runs St Mary Hospital.Theatre staff were ready, along with a lab technician, replacement anaesthetists and paediatricians, a back up for the consultant, and workers from a special baby care unit.With George, she gave birth 10 and a half hours after being admitted to hospital.

Chesterton, The Donkey is a poem that, on some level, everyone can relate to. The poet has made a wise decision in making the language and rhyme scheme simple as it allows the poem to be read and understood by all. Yet, in four brief stanzas, Chesterton conveys a strong reminder about self worth and the need to break free of society’s view of us..