Queen Elizabeth II meets her great-granddaughter, Princess Charlotte
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II sits in the back seat of her vehicle as she leaves Kensington Palace, in London Tuesday May 5, 2015, after meeting her great granddaughter Princess Charlotte of Cambridge. (John Stillwell /PA)
The Associated Press
Published Tuesday, May 5, 2015 10:35AM EDT
Last Updated Tuesday, May 5, 2015 2:00PM EDT
LONDON -- The Queen has arrived at Kensington Palace to meet three-day-old Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana.
The daughter of Prince William and his wife Kate is the Queen's great-granddaughter.
The latest addition to the Royal Family is now fourth in line for the throne after Prince Charles, William and her older brother, 21-month-old Prince George.
Her middle name was chosen to honour the Queen and her third name pays tribute to Diana, the late Princess of Wales.
The name Charlotte is the feminine form of Charles and is seen as a gesture toward her grandfather Charles.
The royal couple Tuesday registered Charlotte's birth with officials who came to Kensington Palace.
William listed his occupation as "Prince of the United Kingdom" and Kate listed hers as "Princess of the United Kingdom."