Kate Middleton's Quick Delivery: Everything You Need to Know About Princess Charlotte's Birth

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The birth of Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana came later than expected, but it was a quick one! 
Kate Middleton left the hospital with Prince William less than 12 hours after delivering her daughter, and now new details are emerging over what happened over the weekend.
Charlotte was born on May 2 at 8:34 a.m. and weighed in at 8lbs, 3 oz.
According to Us Weekly, the Duchess of Cambridge gave birth without an epidural and with two midwives by her side, Arona Ahmed and Jacqui Dunkley-Bent — the same women that were reportedly there for the birth of Prince George.
Sources also reveal to the magazine that there were no complications at all and the delivery went "remarkably well." As for the speedy birth, that "was a surprise to all." The only mystery that remains is whether the duchess was induced.
And although Prince Harry wasn't there physically, he did get the good news from his brother Will before the princess made her debut.
"She is absolutely beautiful. I can't wait to meet her,” the uncle said in a statement. Harry is currently in a month-long secondment with the Australian Defence Force.
The Telegraph reported that Kate's mother Carole and sister Pippa Middleton were the first to see baby Charlotte, and Kate's father Michael, Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall Camilla all arrived at Kensington Palace soon after to meet their new family addition.
Check out the video below to meet baby Charlotte!