Baby Cambridge Receives Visitors

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The first family members to visit Baby Cambridge were his grandparents Carole & Michael Middleton.

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The new grandparents arrived by taxi and were escorted into the building by lead clinician, Jonathan Ramsay. When they left an hour later, Carole Middleton said the baby was “absolutely beautiful”, adding: “They’re both doing really well, we’re so thrilled.”

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For those that may be interested Carole Middleton wore a blue, knee-length Orla Keily ‘Dancing Girl’ Tea Dress (100% silk). Thanks to Pippa Middleton’s Style on FB for the ID. The dress is from a previous season and no longer available.

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Additional information about the Orla Kiely dress. The figure flattering tea dress has 3/4 sleeves with V neck and shawl collar.  Tiny dancing girls are printed on a blue/grey/slate background. It comes with a detachable tie belt and is fully lined. The dress is from the Orla Kiely spring/summer 2012 collection.

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Prince Charles & Camilla also paid a quick visit to St. Mary’s Hospital to meet their new grandson. After two days in Yorkshire, they were rushed to London by helicopter for the momentous occasion.

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Upon his departure, about ten minutes later, Charles said the baby was ‘marvelous’ and told journalists: ‘You’ll see in a minute’. This could suggest that the new parents will be leaving the hospital sooner than we had thought.
 
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