Kate Middleton's gynaecologist has been knighted by Prince William.
Gynaecologist Sir Marcus Setchell has revealed that delivering Prince George was a "lovely experience" for him, the Mirror reported.
Setchell added that working for the Queen and her family is a great honour and it's very nice that he was able to serve her for 24 years and that the culmination of it was that Prince George should be born.
Earlier, the prince said he is not thinking of another baby yet. When he recently visited the Irish Guards at their military base in Aldershot with wife Kate to mark St Patrick's Day, the Duke of Cambridge said that he might not want an "heir and a spare" after all, Metro.co.uk reported.
This image taken by Michael Middleton, the Duchess's father, and supplied by Kensington Palace, shows the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge with their son, Prince George, in the garden of the Middleton family home in Bucklebury, England, with their pet dog. (AP Photo)
Former Reg Sgt Maj Ray Collister, 56, from Tamworth, Staffordshire asked William if he was planning to add to his family, when the 31-year-old Prince replied that may be he might one day but not at the moment.
When asked about Prince George, William said that he was busy crawling and eating.