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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have pleased children at a playgroup after sending a personalised thank you card.
The Bredon Playgroup, based in Gloucestershire, received the thank you from Prince William and Kate after the class made and sent a card to the couple to celebrate the birth of Prince George.
“The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge thank the children and staff of Bredon Playgroup for the very kind card you send on the occasion of the birth of their son, Prince George,” the card read.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have sent a thank you card to a playgroup after receiving a congratulatory card from the class. Photo: Clarence House/Instagram.
“Their Royal Highnesses have been overwhelmed by all the wonderful messages they have received and send their warmest thanks and best wishes.”
Deputy play leader at the group, Tracey Ford, has revealed the children were overjoyed at the birth of the little Prince and wanted to send a card to the new parents.
“When the Prince was born the children were all so excited. They asked whether we could make him a card,” Tracey revealed.
The Deputy leader added: “We felt so special because it was sent to us, it was personal, not just a standard form letter.”
Earlier this week, eight-week-old Prince George was named as the most influential person in London.
The mini monarch-to-be was described as the capital’s “newest power resident” as he topped the Evening Standard’s Power 1000 list.
“He is our greatest tourist attraction, along with his great-grandmother, which is why he has been chose this year as the first among Londoners,” editor Sarah Sands explained.
Prince George was born on July 22 and is third-in-line behind Prince Charles and father Prince William.
William and Kate: How do we get a message to you? Maybe your advisers read the press. Please don’t come to New Zealand in 2014. This is NZ’s election year. Our dodgy, ex-currency-trader PM has been speaking to the Queen about the possibility of a visit. He would love to distract voters from his unpopular privatisation policies. He did this last time, scheduling the election within a month of the Rugby World Cup. So although you’d love a trip down under, please stay away.