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Brighton sand sculpture festival artists carve tribute to Royal baby Prince George
9:30am Thursday 8th August 2013 in News
The royals have been appearing everywhere recently – and can now be seen carved in the sand.
William, Kate and George have been skilfully carved out of 15 tonnes of sand in West India Quay by world champion sculptors Nicola Wood and Susanne Ruseler – the creative minds behind the Brighton Sand Sculpture Festival.
The sand sculpture stands four metres tall and took four days to carve in Canary Wharf.
Alec Messchaert said: “There are crowds around it every day taking photographs.
“The public seem to love it, their comments are very positive.”
Brighton’s festival is open daily from 10.30am until 5.30pm until the end of September.
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