Duchess of Cambridge Wears Jenny Packham Dress to Depart Hospital With New Baby

Posted on May 2, 2015

Dutches of Cambridge wearing Jenny Packham dress leaves St. Mary's Hospital width new baby princess

Just ten hours after giving birth to a new princess, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, left the hospital. Catherine looked beautiful in a yellow and white bespoke silk shift dress with buttercup print made for her by Jenny Packham.

Catherine had her hair blown out in loose curls and looked lovely. She accessorized with a french manicure and 3" Jimmy Choo nude heels. The new baby was wrapped in a white soft wool shawl made by GH Hurt & Son, a small, family owned firm which is based in Chilwell. The film also made the shawl that Prince George wore when he left the hospital. The princess also wore a cream, knitted cap to keep her head warm for the trip out of Lindo Wing of St. Mary's Hosptal in London.

Before Catherine and the baby left the hospital, Prince George arrived with his father Prince William to see the new baby. Little George was put down to walk into the hospital, but held up his arms so his father would carry him inside. No doubt the hundreds of press and photographers was a big scary for him. But when William waved to the press, so did George. His dad told him "Good Boy!" for his excellent behavior. George looked adorable in a blue sweater, white shirt, blue shorts, blue knee socks and his black T strap shoes. His dad wore a coordinating blue sweater, jeans and a white collared shirt.

George visited with his mother and new baby sister for an hour, then was driven back to Kensington Palace. William returned to the hospital to escort Catherine and the baby home. They will go to Kensington Palace. Later they will move to their home, Anmer Hall. Catherine's parents, the Middletons, will be staying with them to help with the new baby.

It took two days to announce Prince George's name. Bookies in London are giving the lowest odds for the names Alice, Charlotte and Mary. Diana and Elizabeth are also popular guesses for the new princess' name. We think Diana will be at least one of her names, given how close William was to his mother, Princess Diana.

Prince George waves outside the Lindo Wing where he is to meet his baby sister

Photos: Clarence House