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MOSCOW, July 23 (Itar-Tass) - The employees of the British Embassy in Moscow are receiving with excitement the congratulations over the birth of first baby of Duchess of Cambridge Kate and Prince William on Tuesday.
The British Embassy is receiving a large number of virtual congratulation postcards in Twitter and Google+.
People are also bringing the flowers and gifts to the British Embassy.
Great Britain is celebrating arrival of the Prince of Cambridge, who was born on Monday. This is the fourth generation of the reigning Windsor dynasty. Queen Elizabeth II, 87, became great-grandmother for the third time. The first child of Elizabeth’s grandson became third in line to the throne, following his grandfather Prince Charles of Wales and his father, the Duke of Cambridge. The newborn moved to the fourth position his uncle Prince Harry, the younger brother of Prince William.