The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have announced their newborn daughter is to be called Charlotte Elizabeth Diana.
The announcement was made via email, and confirmed on the official Twitter feed for Kensington Palace, the family's London residence.
The family were visited earlier today by both sets of grandparents, as well as the duchess's sister Pippa.
Princess Charlotte was born in the private Lindo Wing of St Mary's Hospital in Paddington, London, on Saturday morning, May 2.
She was born a couple of days after the royal couple's fourth wedding anniversary.
The bookies had favoured Alice or Charlotte for the baby's name, with Elizabeth, Victoria, Olivia, Alexandra, and Diana all in the running too.
A series of artillery gun salutes have taken place in London today to mark the princess's birth.
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