The happy grandfather said this afternoon: "We are both so pleased at the news.
"It is a great joy to have another grandchild, the only trouble is I don't know how I am going to keep up with them."
The newest member of the royal family was born yesterday morning – and so far remains nameless.
Prince William and Kate's latest bundle of joy was born at 11.01am yesterday, weighing in at 8lbs7oz.
Bookies are taking bets on his name, with Arthur, Albert, James and Alexander currently the favourites.
The Prince arrived with the perfect patriotic credentials — born on St George’s Day and Shakespeare’s birthday.
The proud parents beamed as they introduced their second son to the world, with Prince William gesturing to cameras with three fingers up, joking: "We are very happy, very delighted — thrice the worry now! We didn't keep you waiting too long this time."
He also revealed big brother George, four, and sister Charlotte, two, were “very happy . . . delighted” with their new baby brother.
The little Prince was wrapped up against the chilly wind, in a new bonnet and a £70 Nottingham lace shawl gifted from GH Hurt & Son, who also provided George and Charlotte’s shawls.
Asked about the potential name of their son, Wills replied: "You will find out sooner or later."
The Queen yesterday celebrated the birth of her latest great-grandchild with a horse ride at Windsor Castle.
Messages of congratulations were also quick to flow in from across the world, with Prime Minister Theresa May tweeting: "My warmest congratulations to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on the birth of their baby boy.
"I wish them great happiness for the future."
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