The Royal Navy Welcomes New Princess With Awesome Message (PHOTO)

The Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William are the happy parents to a little princess this morning, and if you're in London, all you'd have to do is look around and you'd be bombarded with the news. Some pretty cool stuff is happening. I mean, it's not often you get to see famous monuments turned pink! But possibly the most exciting announcment was the Royal Navy's tribute to the new royal baby.


The Royal Navy, where Prince William trained, had an unusual and pretty awesome way of saying welcome to baby Charlotte/Alice/Elizabeth/Diana/we don't know yet when they formed the word "sister" on the flight decks of the HMS Lancaster and HMS Dragon:

Wow, that's so cool. But okay, how did they know it would spell out sister from the ground, eh? You have to really give them some props for not screwing it up!

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The princess, who is curerntly the fourth in line to the throne, was delivered at 8.34 a.m. on May 2, and weighed in at 8 lbs 3 oz. She has not been named yet.

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I have to say, this royal cherbub is certainly getting a welcome unlike most babies get -- that's a lot of pressure to live up to! But something tells me she will be so cute, that the world will fall in love with her, just like the Royal Navy already has.

Congratulations on having a little sister, Prince George.

What do you think of the tribute?


Image via Ministry of Defence


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