See How the World Welcomed the Royal Baby
What a work of art! Indian sand artist Sudarshan Pattnaik created this tribute to the royal babe on a beach in Puri, located on the eastern coast.
A toast to the prince! A group of residents at London's Royal Hospital Chelsea, a nursing and retirement home, raise a glass to Will, Kate and baby on Tuesday.
Meanwhile, in New York City, West Village specialty shop Tea amp Sympathy brightens up its window display with its own tribute to the royal babe.
In Canada, which Will and Kate visited in 2011, the Toronto sky is illuminated by the bright baby blue lights of the CN Tower.
Even members of the British Ministry of Defence – on patrol in the Caribbean before tackling tasks across the Atlantic – get into the spirit of the day from the flight deck of the H.M.S. Lancaster.
Revelers at a Santa Monica, Calif., pub pour one out for the little one, who weighed a healthy 8 lbs., 6 oz. at birth.
London's iconic Tower Bridge also gets the baby-blue treatment Monday night, reflecting over the waters of the Thames River.
Another tribute from Canada: bright blue lights on the country's portion of Niagara Falls, reportedly first illuminated in 1860 to celebrate a royal visit by Edward, then the Prince of Wales.
It certainly is! The British Telecom Tower in London spreads the good news on Tuesday.
After a day of waiting – and celebrating! – London fêtes its new royal with a 41-gun salute from the King's Troop, Royal Horse Artillery in the city's Green Park.