The bells of St Paul's Cathedral rang out for four hours today to celebrate the arrival of the new Royal baby.
A team of thirteen ringers played a specially composed peal called 'Cambridge Maximus' to mark Prince George's birth.
The bells were also sounded in honour of Prince Charles' birth in 1948 and in 1982 for Prince William's arrival.
The twelve bells at London's St Paul's Cathedral will sound today to mark the birth of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's son earlier this week.
Prince George of Cambridge, the third in line to the throne, was born on Monday.
A team of thirteen ringers will ring a peal of 5000 changes of bell composition 'Cambridge Maximus' to commemorate the birth.
The Cathedral bells were also sounded in honour of Prince William's birth in 1982 and Prince Charles' birth in 1948.
A small corner of central London has become a media village in the past few weeks, as journalists from across the world gather to wait for a certain Royal birth.
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Acclaimed visual artist, London born Julian Opie is providing 40 panels to be displayed over the units four floors.