Wee wedding bells

Little princes and princesses from Telford celebrated the royal wedding in May. As Prince Harry and Meghan Markle prepared for the wedding of the year, children at ABC in Hollinswood hosted a royalty-themed picnic to mark the occasion.

Nursery owner Penny Hustwick explains, “We wanted to mark the day and put on a really special occasion for the children. None of them were born when Prince William and Kate Middleton got married in 2011 so it’s the first time they have experienced a royal wedding. The children loved getting creative to make their crowns – and have made some fantastic memories to mark the occasion.”

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