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+Google+ has set up a CONGRATULATION CARD for His Highness the Prince of Cambridge, born TODAY at 4:24 pm local time.
All you have to do is + Plus This post by +Google UK and in the next fourteen days, if you have a +Google+ account, your name and photo will appear on the card as explained here by +Google
To be included in this card you must be a Google+ user representing an
individual (with either a profile or +page), and your profile picture must
be a representative likeness (photo, drawing, picture etc).
To add your profile picture to the online mosaic and your name to the card:
To send your best wishes to the happy parents, simply +1
this post and we’ll add your name and picture to the world’s biggest
congratulations card, you’ll then be able to find yourself by name. To
have your name added to the card, sign-in to Google+ and +1 this post.
To add a comment to the mosaic and card:
To send a message of congratulations to the Duke and Duchess of
Cambridge, just reshare this post and write your message in the text of
Use of your image in the card
In addition to your image and/or comment appearing on
https://royalbabycard.withgoogle.com, and in any final printed version of
the card to be presented to Clarence House, it may also appear in media
used to promote the card, in either online and offline placements. If you
don’t want to feature in the card please don’t +1 this post.
We may edit posts to be in keeping with the spirit and tone of the card,and as such not all posts nor +1’s may appear on the card, or text may be
edited. If you are not happy with this please do not +1 or reshare the
To remove your picture or comment from the mosaic
If you want to remove your picture or comment, simply remove your +1
from the original post and/or delete your reshared comment.
We'll be closing the card to new entries 14 days after the birth, on 5th
August 2013, after which we'll only make intermittent updates to remove
users from the card. Updates will finish on 31 December 2013. However,
the card to be presented to Clarence House for preservation in the Royal
Archives may be printed before this date and once printed, this version of
the card will not be updated."