The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have introduced their daughter to the world, as they left hospital to take her home to Kensington Palace.
The princess slept in her mother’s arms during her first public appearance on the steps of St Mary’s Hospital, in London. They then left for the palace.
The princess – who is fourth in line to the throne – was delivered at 08:34 BST on Saturday after a short labour.
The Duke of Cambridge was present for the birth of the 8lbs 3oz (3.7kg) baby.
The couple emerged from the hospital to crowds of well-wishers and the world’s media. They stood on the steps briefly before heading back into the hospital to put the princess in a car seat. Prince William then drove them to Kensington Palace.
They did not speak to the media. The Duchess had been in hospital for just over 12 hours before leaving.
The baby – whose name has yet to be announced – was born less than three hours after the couple arrived at the Lindo Wing, at St Mary’s Hospital.