LONDON — After the frenzy and the flashguns, Britain’s new royal baby and his parents spent yesterday out of the media spotlight. But for how long? The 2-day-old prince doesn’t have a name yet, but he’s the most famous infant on Earth, and as a future British king he faces a lifetime of celebrity. Palace officials say Prince William and his wife Kate are spending “private and quiet time for them to get to know their son” — and, perhaps, to figure out ways to shield him from intense public and media interest. At least the relationship got off to a good start. The baby slept through his first photo op outside London’s St. Mary’s Hospital, while his parents beamed as they chatted easily with reporters. For a royal family that has had a fraught relationship with the media, it was a positive sign. “I thought, is this an Oscar-winning performance?” said Ingrid Seward, editor-in-chief of Majesty magazine. “But I think they were so genuinely overjoyed that they wanted to show off the baby.” After leaving the hospital, the couple introduced their son to his uncle, Prince Harry, and to great-grandmother Queen Elizabeth II, keen to see the baby before… Read full this story
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