IN PHOTOS: Prince George visits baby sister in hospital

HI, PRINCE GEORGE! Prince William and Prince George wave to the crowds. Photo by Hannah McKay/EPA

HI, PRINCE GEORGE! Prince William and Prince George wave to the crowds.

Photo by Hannah McKay/EPA

MANILA, Philippines – Firstborn son Prince George waved to the crowd, with proud father Prince William holding him in his arms.

William brought George to St Mary's Hospital to visit Kate and the new royal baby princess, who was born at around 8:30 am of May 2.

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A smiling William said he was "very happy" as he later emerged from the Lindo Wing of St Mary's Hospital to be with their son Prince George in Kensington Palace. 

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William's wife Kate gave birth to a baby girl on Saturday, May 2, to cheers from a crowd of well-wishers outside the hospital as Britain celebrated the royal family's new fourth in line to the throne. 

The birth was announced to the world in a tweet from Kensington Palace, the couple's London residence, and by a traditional town-crier in a feathered tricorne hat ringing a bell on the steps of the clinic. 

A proclamation signed by the royal doctors was also placed on a gilded easel in front of Buckingham Palace, where hundreds of onlookers crowded by the gates to witness the historic moment. 

"Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cambridge was safely delivered of a daughter at 8.34 am," the Kensington Palace press office said in a statement.

Mother and baby "are both doing well," it said. 

William was present for the birth and the princess weighed 8 pounds and 3 ounces (3.7 kilos). – with reports from Alice Ritchie and Maureen Cofflard, AFP/Rappler.com