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Tea Party Photos

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In honour of the royal wedding of HRH Prince of William of Wales to Miss Catherine Middleton, Princess Prep hosted a Princess Tea Party at London's Dukes Hotel.

With activities chosen to fit the regal mood, we discussed the Windsor family tree and learned how to meet and greet the Queen as well as the royal newlyweds. We practiced our curtseys and for a bit of fun, we played a game of princess deportment where we tried to see who could walk the farthest with a book on her head! The afternoon finished with a traditional English afternoon tea complete with mini sandwiches and scones! All the little princesses were superb and learned that no matter what you do in life, you can be a princess on the inside.

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