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Some send flowers and cards, but one Norfolk artist decided to mark the arrival of a new royal baby with mud.
Ricky Minns, also known as Ruddy Muddy, is well known for his artwork made on dirty white vans.
He posted the image of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge holding a newborn on Twitter this morning.
Norfolk graffiti artist Ruddy Muddy has paid tribute to the RAF - as the airforce marks its 100th anniversary.
The creator of so-called "mudsterpieces" - artwork made on dirty white vans - has included images of a Tornado and Spitfire in some of his latest works.
Living in West Norfolk, Rick Minns, who is known as Ruddy Muddy, said he had to do something to mark the milestone since RAF Marham is based in his "beloved home county".
Norfolk van artist Ruddy Muddy didn't take long to react to news of today's royal engagement.
He's already revealed his latest "mudsterpiece" on the back on his white van in Wicklewood, near Norwich, congratulating Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
Ruddy Muddy, whose real name is Rick Minns, tweeted the royal family with an image of his artwork.
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He is the artist leading a life of grime creating artwork from the mud caked on the back of white vans.