Queen Elizabeth II paid the royal baby a visit at Kensington Palace today. Kate Middleton, Prince William, and the still-unnamed Prince of Cambridge returned to their home at Nottingham Cottage inside Kensington Palace after they left St. Mary's Hospital yesterday. The new family has been receiving visitors at their home, including a visit from the baby's great-grandmother, the queen, and Prince Harry. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have already left their home in London, but royal officials have yet to reveal where they will be staying. However, reporter Richard Palmer revealed that the trio had turned up at Kate's parents' home in Bucklebury. In any case, it may be some time until the public will be able to see the royal baby again. His next big public debut will be in a couple months for his christening. However, the rest of the royals will be around for the coming months, including Uncle Harry, who will make his first public appearance since the big birth at a gallery exhibition for his charity, Sentebale, on Thursday.