St Mary's Hospital, Kate Middleton

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Efforts to capture the best shot of Prince William, Kate Middleton and their newborn son were apparently even more frenzied than we thought.

A man was arrested yesterday in front of the Lindo Wing at St. Mary's Hospital after causing commotion in the designated press pen.

According to the agency, a photographer was trying to get a good photo of the royal family with his iPhone when he "apparently ran into where the press pen was and was bumping the ladders" of other photogs.

The disruption resulted in police coming to remove the man in an effort to keep the already-chaotic scene as calm and organized as possible.

But the arrest didn't put a damper on one of the most exciting days in recent British history.

The new parents proudly displayed their firstborn to the world and even opened up about the emotional birth.

Will quipped about the Prince of Cambridge's appearance, saying, "He's got her looks, thankfully." Kate immediately chimed in with, "No, no, no."

The doting dad also told reporters, "He's got a good pair of lungs on him that's for sure."

He added, "He's a good boy, he's quite heavy."

St Mary's Hospital, Royal Baby

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The three royals headed back to their home at Kensington Palace Tuesday evening where Kate's sister, Pippa Middleton, reportedly came to visit the baby boy.

And Wednesday morning, they were off again, but this time to her family home in Bucklebury. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their little prince were driven by a security aide in a sleek black Range Rover on their way to Kate's parents' home.

Now for some grandma and grandpa time!

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