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.
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