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A royal celebration for Prince George at Seaford nursery
11:40am Friday 26th July 2013 in News
Children munched on cucumber sandwiches and jam and scones at a tea party to celebrate the birth of Prince George of Cambridge.
Youngsters at Hopscotch Nursery in Seaford had been busy making decorations and icing cakes in preparation for a royal baby party which took place on Wednesday.
Around 60 youngsters aged from just a few months to seven years old got involved in the day-long celebration.
Manager Natasha Smith said: “The children have been making crowns and tiaras and enjoying the tea party.
“They’ve also been enjoying party games and lots of balloons and lots of mess.”
At Hopscotch Nursery in Hove youngsters were also getting their hands messy making crowns, tiaras and a congratulations banner for the royal baby.
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