The Mayor of Cambridge has written to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge to offer congratulations on behalf of the city.
“We look back fondly to the Duke and Duchess’s official visit to Cambridge in November 2012 and hope that we may have the pleasure of welcoming them again, together with Prince George and the new baby, before too long.”
Books of congratulation will be available at Cambridge City Council’s customer service centre and at the main reception in the Guildhall from Tuesday.
Messages of congratulations have been coming in from all over the region after the arrival of a new royal baby.
The Duchess of Cambridge gave birth to a daughter just after half past eight this morning - the official confirmation was mounted on an easel at Buckingham Palace.
When the family leave hospital they'll head to their Norfolk home of Anmer Hall on the Queen's Sandringham Estate.
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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will soon head with their daughter to Anmer Hall, the couple's country mansion on the Sandringham estate in Norfolk.
They'll spend the first few weeks as a family of four there.
The ten–bedroom home has undergone a £1.5million refurbishment – from private funds – over the past two years.
The Grade II-listed home, which was a gift from the Queen, has a new roof, as well as a new kitchen, garden room, re-landscaped front driveway and new nursery for Prince George and his new sister.
Essex's 'Royal Town Crier' has once again announced the birth of a royal baby.
Tony Appleton from Great Baddow near Chelmsford proclaimed the news of the royal arrival to waiting crowds outside the hospital.
He first hit the headlines in 2013 when he announced the birth of Prince George.
East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) has sent congratulations to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on the birth of their baby daughter.
The Duchess of Cambridge became Royal Patron of EACH in January 2012.
“We’d like to sincerely congratulate The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on the birth of their second child. We’re delighted by the fantastic news.
Her Royal Highness has shown great dedication to the role of EACH Royal Patron from the very beginning in January 2012, right throughout both pregnancies, and we’re incredibly grateful for all the supportthe charity has received."
The Duchess of Cambridge has safely delivered a daughter at 8.34am, Kensington Palace said. Prince William was there for the birth.
The baby weighs 8lbs 3oz. The Duke of Cambridge was present for the birth.
Her Royal Highness and her child are both doing well.
The Duchess of Cambridge has been admitted to hospital in the early stages of labour Kensington Palace has confirmed.
Kate was admitted to the Lindo Wing at St Mary's Hospital, the same ward where she gave birth to Prince George in July 2013.
The new baby, whether a girl or a boy, will become the fourth in line to the throne behind grandfather Prince Charles, father Prince William and big brother Prince George.
After the new royal baby is born, the Duchess and Prince William will head for their home at Anmer Hall, on the Queen's Sandringham Estate in Norfolk.
Prince William has started his first day at Bond Air Services as he begins his training to be a pilot for the East Anglian Air Ambulance.Read the full story ›
Prince William has started his first day at Bond Air Services as he begins his training to be a pilot for the East Anglian Air Ambulance.
The Duke of Cambridge previously piloted Sea King helicopters for the RAF in Anglesey.
Over the coming months he will undertake job-specific training before he begins piloting ambulance missions during the summer.
The training will involve time in a simulator, aircraft and in-flight skills training.
The reburial of the remains of King Richard III later this week has been attracting tourists to his birthplace in Northamptonshire.
He was born at Fotheringhay Castle near Oundle in 1452.
The build-up to his reinterment at Leicester Cathedral on Thursday has raised the profile of the castle.
Soil taken from close to the castle moat has been placed in his coffin.
The king's grave site had been thought lost to history until archaeologists discovered his skeleton in the remains of an old monastery beneath a Leicester City Council car park.