Kate Middleton Wears Jenny Packham to Present the Royal Baby

Annnnd the moment we've all be waiting for: Introducing the new British heir, His Royal Highness, Prince of Cambridge (who still does not have a name!) and proud parents Kate Middleton and Prince William. How cute are they??
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Annnnd the moment we've all be waiting for: Introducing the new British heir, His Royal Highness, Prince of Cambridge (who still does not have a name!) and proud parents Kate Middleton and Prince William. How cute are they??
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Annnnd the moment we've all be waiting for: Introducing the new British heir, His Royal Highness, Prince of Cambridge (who still does not have a name!) and proud parents Kate Middleton and Prince William.

How cute are they??

Both parents opted to wear baby blue--no doubt a nod to the heir's gender. Middleton's polka-dot dress might be also be a subtle salute to Wills' mother: Princess Diana also chose to wear polka dots when she presented Prince William to the British people some three decades ago. Talk about coming full circle.

According to a release we received, Middleton's dress is Jenny Packham--a pretty solid score for the designer who also happens to be celebrating 25 years in the industry today. That's pretty freaking great timing. Middleton accessorized with her favorite L.K. Bennett wedges.

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Middleton of course looks gorgeous--her hairdresser definitely did a good job.

As for the little Prince's name, William told reporters: "We're still working on a name, we'll have that as soon as we can." Womp.

Will and Kate both seemed to be in good spirits. "It was very emotional, it is such a special time," the new mom said.

When asked if the baby had any hair, Wills responded, "He's got way more than me, thank God."

Nice to know they've still got their sense of humor--considering Cheryl's (somewhat traumatizing) account of everything a new mom typically goes through, they're definitely gonna need it.

UPDATE: We have a name! George Alexander Louis, or His Royal Highness Prince George of Cambridge.

We approve--and we think this guy would, too:

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Photos: Getty

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