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Duke and Duchess return to Bucklebury with Prince George Alexander Louis



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Despite an increased police presence in Kate's home village, the royal couple managed to evade any unwanted attention as they slipped back in at around 1.45pm yesterday afternoon.
Speculation had been mounting about the name since the news of the royal birth was announced on Monday afternoon.
The world's media have descended on Bucklebury over the past two days and the village has led the national celebrations with a host of events to toast the arrival.
The Cottage Inn, in Upper Bucklebury, offered champagne to close friends and locals on Monday evening.
The pub's landlord, Gary Bush, said: "We are all over the moon. From this little village we have got the next King of England."
See today's (Thurs) Newbury Weekly News for a special five-page royal baby souvenir edition and see the Newburytoday photo gallery on Friday for more pictures of the celebrations.





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