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Well-wishers celebrate birth of British Prince

Cheers and celebrations in London after Buckingham Palace made it official (Palace officials putting frame on easel) SOUNDBITE: Well-Wisher, Shaza Elmusharaf, saying: "I'm excited, I'm very happy and I hope mum and baby are doing really well and I'm so happy for her and I wish them all the best of luck." SOUNDBITE: Well-wisher Rachhel Carter Eagelton saying: "I thought it was going to be a girl, cos I've got two little girls. And when I was pregnant I was really sick, and she (DUCHESS OF CAMBRIDGE) was really sick, so I was like, it's gonna be a girl, it's gonna be a girl. Obviously it's not; it's a boy. I'm really excited for him. I couldn't wait just to get down here and literally I pulled and they were like, 'he's here', and I'm 'naaaah It wasn't just Brits who were celebrating. SOUNDBITE: Well-Wisher Chris Murphy saying: "I could not be more excited if I tried. I'm not from here, I don't live here, but I am so thrilled that Kate and Will ha

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