• Newspaper from all over the globe splashed the Princess on their covers
  • Some called her ‘cutie’, others used #RoyalBaby hashtag on the front page 
  • Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are expected to name their child today 

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She’s the most senior royal princess to be born for 65 years, so it’s hardly surprising that the Duke and Duchess’ newborn was splashed across the globe’s newspapers this weekend.

From The Deccan Chronicle – South’s India’s largest English newspaper – to Le Figaro in France, the new princess adorned the cover of countless publications all over the globe.

The Sunday Star used the headline ‘HRH, Princess Cutie’, whilst Austria’s Kleine Zeitung opted for ‘the little Princess’, all complete with an adorable snap of the youngster being cradled by her doting parents.

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The world's media unveiled the arrival of the royal princess by splashing pictures of the newborn in the arms of her parents, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, across their covers over the weekend

The world’s media unveiled the arrival of the royal princess by splashing pictures of the newborn in the arms of her parents, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, across their covers over the weekend

Some papers – such as Sydney’s The Daily Telegraph – used just a photo of the soon-to-be-named royal, whilst others – like the Herald on Sunday – used an old snap of Kate and William instead.

In keeping with our modern tech-savvy times, one paper used two hashtags – #RoyalBaby and #WelcomeToTheFamily – on its cover.

Sydney's The Daily Telegraph used a zoomed in shot of the little princess on its cover with the caption 'Sleeping cutie instantly adored across the realm' 

Sydney’s The Daily Telegraph used a zoomed in shot of the little princess on its cover with the caption ‘Sleeping cutie instantly adored across the realm’ 

The Sunday Star opted for a snap of the family with the headline 'HRH, Princess Cutie'

The Sunday Star opted for a snap of the family with the headline ‘HRH, Princess Cutie’

In keeping with our modern tech-savvy times, The Herald on Sunday used two hashtags - #RoyalBaby and #WelcomeToTheFamily - on its cover, alongside an old snap of Kate and William

In keeping with our modern tech-savvy times, The Herald on Sunday used two hashtags – #RoyalBaby and #WelcomeToTheFamily – on its cover, alongside an old snap of Kate and William

Many of the publications used the photograph of the royal couple on the steps of the Lindo wing at St Mary’s hospital, where they made a heart-stealing appearance with their 8lb 3oz daughter on Saturday.

A Kensington Palace spokesman said in a statement: ‘The duke and duchess are hugely grateful for the messages of congratulations they have received from people all over the world. It means a great deal to them that so many people have celebrated the arrival of their new daughter.

‘Their royal highnesses were today visited by the Prince of Wales, the Duchess of Cornwall, Mr and Mrs Middleton, and Pippa Middleton.’ 

The Deccan Chronicle - the largest circulated English daily in South India - used a snap of Kate, William and their newborn in the centre of their front page

The Deccan Chronicle – the largest circulated English daily in South India – used a snap of Kate, William and their newborn in the centre of their front page

Público, a Portuguese daily national newspaper, zoomed in on the sleeping princess, who made a heart-stealing appearance with their 8lb 3oz daughter on Saturday

Público, a Portuguese daily national newspaper, zoomed in on the sleeping princess, who made a heart-stealing appearance with their 8lb 3oz daughter on Saturday

Le Figaro - a French newspaper - used a more subtle snap of the couple and their new daughter and tied the headline about the newborn into a mention of election fever

Le Figaro – a French newspaper – used a more subtle snap of the couple and their new daughter and tied the headline about the newborn into a mention of election fever

La Vanguardia - a Barcelona-based paper - unveiled the princess with a sweet snapshot of the couple and their Princess, who was born on Saturday 

La Vanguardia – a Barcelona-based paper – unveiled the princess with a sweet snapshot of the couple and their Princess, who was born on Saturday 

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have decided on a name for their daughter but want to inform the Queen personally today before it is publicly released, royal sources have revealed. 

It is understood that she will meet her great-grandmother, the Queen, when the family leave Kensington Palace to embark on a new life in Norfolk, where the monarch is in residence, today.

There is no protocol which says the monarch needs to be consulted about the name of a newborn in the family, and senior royal sources have stressed she has no expectation of being informed in person before the princess’s name is made public.

However, William, who has grown especially close to his grandmother in recent years, has apparently decided to afford her the honour when they meet in Sandringham. 

The day-old princess of Cambridge is said to be ‘settling in nicely’ with her family and both William and Kate are ‘besotted’ with her, according to friends.  

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have decided on a name for their daughter but want to inform the Queen personally today before it is publicly released, royal sources have revealed

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have decided on a name for their daughter but want to inform the Queen personally today before it is publicly released, royal sources have revealed

A Kensington Palace spokesman said in a statement: 'The duke and duchess are hugely grateful for the messages of congratulations they have received from people all over the world'

A Kensington Palace spokesman said in a statement: ‘The duke and duchess are hugely grateful for the messages of congratulations they have received from people all over the world’

 

 

 

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