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Pictures: Beckton baby party celebrates Princess Charlotte’s birth

PUBLISHED: 12:02 19 May 2015 | UPDATED: 12:02 19 May 2015

Elyse Alveznel, aged 11 months, at the royal baby party at St Mark's Community Centre in Beckton.

Elyse Alveznel, aged 11 months, at the royal baby party at St Mark's Community Centre in Beckton.

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These babies might not be in line to the throne, but they certainly look as royal as the young Prince George and Princess Charlotte.

The dozen tots dressed to impress at a royal baby party, held at St Mark’s Community Centre, to mark the birth of the newest heir earlier this month.

Crowns and princess dresses were the order of the day, with the British flag proudly displayed and waved by the young guests.

Friday’s event was put on as part of the baby sensory class, which takes place weekly at the Tollgate Road centre.

It was organised by Essie Abdullah, who said: “Parents made a huge effort to dress their babies up and make little crowns especially for the occasion.

“Our hall was transformed into our own Baby Sensory Kingdom with our baby princes and princesses enjoying the music making, singing, sensory experiences and exploratory play.”

She added that the event was organised as a response to other parties being organised at sensory classes across the country to mark the occasion.

Essie said: “I thought it a wonderful opportunity for our parents and babies in Beckton to take part in something really special.”


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