Prince William and his wife Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, have named their new son "George Alexander Louis," a day after the little prince had his debut to the world when his mother emerged with him in her arms from St. Mary's Hospital in London.
Both William and Catherine seemed very relaxed when they gave the public its the first view of the new heir to the British throne, even joking that the infant prince had more hair than his father.
People has celebrated the birth of a child in any forms.
London's BT Tower was lit up with the announcement, "it's a boy!"
The official notification stands in the forecourt of Buckingham Palace, announcing the birth of a baby boy.
The London Eye, the Tower Bridge and the fountain in Trafalgar Square were illuminated to celebrate the birth.
Piccadilly Circus' famous Coke sign featured the Duchess' name on the night of the birth announcement.
The King's Troop Royal Horse Artillery fired a 41 gun salute in Green Park.
A man reads a copy of British tabloid The Sun, renamed "The Son."
I'd like to say happy birthday to George from Japan.