When Prince William and Duchess Kate Middleton debuted their bouncing first-born baby, Prince George, in July 2013, it was both a new and exciting time for royal watchers and a moment steeped in decades of tradition. Fast-forward to today, and we鈥檝e seen the debuts of two more royal babies in the family, including the couple鈥檚 newborn third child on Monday, April 23. Here鈥檚 how聽the聽youngest little prince鈥檚 first photo op compares to those of his older brother and sister, Prince George and Princess Charlotte.

When Prince George was born, his parents waited an聽entire day聽to emerge from the Lindo Wing at St. Mary鈥檚 Hospital in London (where the late Princess Diana gave birth to both William and Harry). When they finally stepped out to greet the crowd of photographers and well-wishers on July 23, it was with the then-day-old baby George swaddled cozily in his mother鈥檚 arms. The Duchess wore a blue-and-white polka dot Jenny Packham dress for that first appearance, thought to be a nod to the green-and-white polka dot dress that Diana wore after giving birth to Prince William.

The timeline for Princess Charlotte鈥檚 debut in 2015 was much shorter.聽The only girl and now-middle child of the royal heirs was photographed for the first time聽less than 10 hours after she was born, and in much the same way as her brother. Wrapped in a soft knitted blanket, Charlotte聽dozed in her mother鈥檚 arms while the growing royal family received well wishes from paps and fans waiting outside St. Mary鈥檚.

As聽in her previous post-birth appearance, the Duchess wore Jenny Packham 鈥 this time, a white-and-yellow shift dress that she paired with nude heels.

With the birth of baby number three, Duchess Kate stuck with Jenny Packham, opting for a red dress with a white lace collar聽as聽she debuted the newest聽little聽prince at the hospital聽a few hours after his birth. The look was reminiscent of the outfit Princess Diana wore to debut Prince Harry in 1984.

We probably聽have to wait a day or two before learning of the prince鈥檚 name, but bookies in the UK are betting on the pair continuing with traditional royal names.聽Among the top contenders聽are聽Arthur, Albert, Philip, Frederick, and James.

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