London and the world celebrated the birth of the latest heir to the British throne, Prince George Alexander Louis, in style with LEDs. A number of landmarks in London turned blue to celebrate the occasion and even a few outside of the UK turned blue in honor of the future king. For a video, go to this BBC story.
The 600 foot tall BT Tower used more than 500K LEDs for the announcement:
The famous London Eye ferris wheel turned red, white and blue:
The fountain at Trafalgar Square marked the occasion in blue:
Even the London Bridge turned blue:
Not to be outdone, North America celebrated too with Niagra Falls turning blue:
Toronto’s CN Tower:
Christchurch Airport in New Zealand turned blue too.
For Further Reading and Viewing
The BBC, Royal baby: London landmarks turn blue for birth, http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-23416932 (video)
The Daily Mail, The world turns a Royal shade of blue, http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2374793/Kate-Middleton-gives-birth-Royal-baby-boy-landmarks-globe-illuminated.html