Britain's new royal baby welcomed with bell ringing, gun salutes

Bells rang at London's Westminister Abbey and guns saluted across the city on April 24 heralding the birth of the new royal prince the day prior. The bells tolled at Westminister Abbey while the Honourable Artillery Company, a reserve regiment, fired a 62-round salute from the Tower of London and Hyde Park. The King's Troop Royal Horse Artillery rode out from Wellington Barracks into Hyde Park for a 41-round salute. Kate, wife of Prince William gave birth to the British royal couple's third child at a hospital in London on April 23.