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Wednesday, 24 July 2013

BY FLORA LYIMO~ HATA MALKIA WETU WA UINGEREZA THE QUEEN ''HAJAONA KUZALIWA KWA HUYU MTOTO WA KATE AND WILLIAM KAMA IS THE BIG NEWS KIHIVYO DUNIANI'' KAMUONA MTOTO KWA NUSU SAA TU''HATA KITAWA BIBI HAJAMPIKIA MPORA JAMANI''MBUTA NANGA'' AND SO MUELEWE KWAMBA MTOTO BADO HANA JINA HADI LEO ' NO NAME YET' AND TO SAY BABY CAMBRIDGE SIYO KWAMBA NDO JINA LAKE''


Heading home: After half an hour with the new prince, Kate and William, where they may have discussed names, the Queen went back to Buckingham Palace
Heading home: After half an hour with the new prince, Kate and William, where they may have discussed names, the Queen went back to Buckingham Palace''

The Queen has been at Kensington Palace to meet her great-grandson for the first time and see his ecstatic parents before heading off on her summer holiday.
Her Majesty, who will travel to Balmoral on Friday, spent 30 minutes with the Duke, Duchess and Baby Cambridge, as the guessing game over the future king's name continues.
Last night she told guests at a Buckingham Palace reception she was 'thrilled' at the birth of her great-grandson, and today William and Kate may have discussed potential names with her.
On the eve of the baby's birth, the Queen famously told a ten-year-old schoolgirl that she didn't mind if it was a boy or a girl, adding: 'I would very much like it to arrive. I’m going on holiday'.
Dressed in a turquoise floral outfit she looked relaxed and happy as she left, having travelled the short distance from Buckingham Palace without the Duke of Edinburgh, who is still convalescing at Windsor Castle following exploratory abdominal surgery last month.
Baby Cambridge has spent his first night at home after a dramatic evening where the waiting world had its first wonderful glimpse of him.

Down the drive: Her Majesty visited without the Duke of Edinburgh, who is still at Windsor Castle recuperating after an operation last month
Down the drive: Her Majesty visited without the Duke of Edinburgh, who is still at Windsor Castle recuperating after an operation last month''
Special moment: Prince William and Kate waved and smiled broadly to the waiting cameras as they held their prince on the steps of the private Lindo Wing at St Mary's Hospital in London
Special moment: Prince William and Kate waved and smiled broadly as they carried their son out of hospital, but they are yet to decide on a name''
New life: The baby was crying in his car seat as his father took him to their waiting car yesterday evening
New life: The baby was crying in his car seat as his father took him to their waiting car yesterday evening''
Happy day: The Queen arrives at Kensington Palace today to meet her new great-grandson for the first time and see his parents
Happy day: The Queen arrives at Kensington Palace today to meet her new great-grandson for the first time and see his parents''
Her Majesty looked expectant
OUR MALKIA NDO HUYOOO''' LEO NDO ANAKWENDA KUMUONA THE BABY BOY''THE KING MTARAJIWA WA UINGEREZA'' AMBAE BADO HAJAPEWA JINAAAAA'''MBUTA NANGA''
She then looked out at the palace grounds as she passed photographers
Happy to be there: The Queen looked expectantly towards the palace as she arrived and she will be pleased to see the baby before she goes on holiday on Friday''

Magic: With the world watching, Kate and William hold their prince outside the Lindo Wing in a genuinely historic moment for Britain
Magic: With the world watching, Kate and William hold their prince outside the Lindo Wing in a genuinely historic moment for Britain''

Emotional: The new mother looked delighted as she looked down at her first child while her husband waved to the excited crowds
Emotional: The new mother looked delighted as she looked down at her first child while her husband waved to the excited crowds''
Protective: The baby was wrapped in a white shawl - Kate held her new son closely to her chest as she waved to the impressive crowd
Protective: The baby was wrapped in a white shawl - Kate held her new son closely to her chest as she waved to the impressive crowd''


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