The world may have met the new royal baby when Kate Middleton and Prince William appeared outside of St. Mary’s Hospital, but family members still want to see her in person. Several relatives stopped by Kensington Palace in London to see the little girl, including Prince Charles.

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, gave birth to a baby girl at 8:34 a.m. local time on Saturday in London. The royal baby weighed 8 lbs. 3 oz. and was introduced to the flock of fans and reporters waiting outside of Lindo Wing at St. Mary’s Hospital. This is the second child for William, 32, and Kate, 33. They had Prince George, 1, in 2013. The couple has yet to announce the new royal baby's name to the public, but the family members visiting today might already know it. 

First, Kate’s mother Carole Middleton and sister Pippa Middleton made their way over around 11:30 a.m. on Sunday, according to a reporter from the Daily Mirror who is waiting outside Kensington Palace. As previously reported, Carole will likely stick around to help the parents adjust to taking care of two children.

Then one of George’s godmothers stopped by (he has three) -- Emilia Jardine-Paterson, according to a reporter from the Daily Mail. Jardine-Paterson has been a friend to Kate and William for many years and even introduced them.

Finally, Prince Charles stopped by just before 1 p.m. BST. He drove in with wife Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, according to the Daily Mail. Charles is not only meeting his granddaughter, but also a potential successor. The royal baby is fourth in line to the throne while Charles is first. The royal baby's other grandfather, Michael Middleton, arrived shortly after Prince Charles.

Queen Elizabeth II will take a little while before she visits her new granddaughter. She is in Norfolk where she is attending church today. However, she’ll likely visit the baby very soon. After George’s birth, the Queen met the new prince two days later, so it seems likely that she’ll visit the royal baby girl within a day or two.