Republicans reach for your anti-nausea pills. The world has at last seen the royal baby and simultaneously exclaimed “Nawwwwww”.
It's such a special time. I think any parent will know what this feeling feels like. After a day of family visits (and a first nappy change, performed by Prince William), the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge emerged from St Mary’s Hospital in a blaze of camera flashes to display the third in line to the throne (name as yet unannounced).
They had a brief chat to the cameras, then William got behind the wheel of their Range Rover with Kate and the baby in a seat in the back and they drove off.
The couple agreed they were “very emotional” but disagreed over who the baby most resembled, William saying “he’s got her looks, thankfully” but Kate saying “no I’m not sure of that”. William added that the baby had way more hair than him.
“It’s such a special time, I think any parent will know what this feeling feels like,” said Kate, just over a day after giving birth but with the benefit of a day’s rest, a gleaming smile, a designer dress and the attendance of the household hairdresser to prepare for the public reveal.
Kate Middleton gave birth to the couple's first child, a son, on Monday at a London hospital.
Hundreds of professionals such as psychologists, counsellors, teachers, speech therapists, child health nurses and family support workers will be offered free Stepping Stones training to make it convenient for families to attend the free parenting sessions.
Professor Sanders said young people with disabilities such as Autism Spectrum Disorders, Cerebral Palsy and Down Syndrome experience three to four times the rate of emotional and behavioural problems compared to typically developing children.
“Parenting is already a challenging job, but parenting a child with a disability can take family stress to a whole new level. This project gives us the chance to support families across three states and will make an enormous difference to people’s day-to-day lives.”
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