Prince William says his newborn baby is “behaving himself" so far but provided no updates about what the child will be named.
Everyone back home is “in good form, luckily," William said Wednesday during his first engagement since the baby's birth.
“Sleeping’s going reasonably well,” he said while meeting with dignitaries at a Westminster Abbey service honoring members of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corp.
Asked about how mother and child are doing, the prince responded: "They're very well, thanks."
The couple have yet to reveal what they have named their baby, but an announcement was expected shortly. Both George and Charlotte's names were revealed just days after their birth.
The trio were there as part of a service of commemoration and thanksgiving to mark ANZAC Day, which honors the first major military battle by Australian and New Zealand forces during World War I.