Prince William and Kate formally registered the birth of Prince George Friday, the Palace announced.
William, 31, signed the birth certificate for his newborn son and third-in-line to the throne at Kensington Palace earlier in the day.
While it's normally the case that parents head to local register offices to sign the official papers, William was instead visited by a registrar from Westminster Council, who served as a witness.
Kate, 31, was named by her husband as "Catherine Elizabeth" on the royal baby's birth certificate. William listed their occupations as "Prince and Princess of the United Kingdom," and the couple's "usual address" as Kensington Palace.
Prince George was born July 22, and his full name – George Alexander Louis – was announced two days later.
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