The Band of the Royal Regiment of Scotland celebrated the arrival of the new Royal baby by playing “Congratulations” (Picture: MOD).
The military has been congratulating the Duke and Duchess of Sussex after the birth of their son on Monday.
Prince Harry described the birth as "the most amazing experience I could ever have possibly imagined".
Messages of congratulations have been given from across the military.
And now they are three. Congratulations to TRH The Duke and Duchess of Sussex on the birth of their son. We’re thrilled for you Sir! @HCav1660@Householddiv@BritishArmy#theteamworks@KensingtonRoyal#babysussexpic.twitter.com/TvVnh7BUj1— The Army in London (@ArmyInLondon) May 6, 2019
Congratulations to The Duke and Duchess of Sussex on the birth of their son! Members of the Armed Forces are proud of their close connection to Prince Harry and the @RoyalFamily#ItsABoypic.twitter.com/rgXzpgTkuQ— Ministry of Defence ?? (@DefenceHQ) May 6, 2019
Everyone at the Invictus Games Foundation is incredibly happy to hear the news of the #RoyalBaby - congratulations to our Patron HRH The Duke of Sussex and to HRH The Duchess of Sussex!— Invictus Games Foundation (@WeAreInvictus) May 6, 2019
We know that our #InvictusFamily will join us in welcoming its newest member.
The Band of the Royal Regiment of Scotland celebrated the arrival of the new royal baby in Windsor by playing the musical classic “Congratulations” during the ceremony of Changing the Windsor Castle Guard.
Behind them were the Scarlet tunics of the Welsh Guards and the Scottish Regiment's official mascot the Shetland pony Cruachan the fourth.
The baby boy is believed to have been born in the sanctuary of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s home at Frogmore Cottage not far from the castle here on the Windsor Estate, early on Monday morning.