Legoland Windsor welcomed William and Kate with a new royal display made from Lego

0
Legoland Windsor welcomed William and Kate with a new royal display made from Lego

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge finally moved into their new home at Adelaide Cottage on the Windsor property this weekend.

Following their latest move, Prince William and Kate Middleton received a heartwarming honor from Legoland Windsor to celebrate their new home.

Legoland Windsor has unveiled a stunning model called Royal Removal Company, which took modelers over 19 hours to create their new royal show.

Legoland Windsor welcomed William and Kate with a new royal display made from Lego

The display of 4,100 Legos showed men moving furniture outside a 39,000-brick replica of Windsor Castle, which is on display at the station’s Miniland.

The royal display also included Lego versions of the Duke and Duchess along with their three children and the family dog, a black cocker spaniel named Orla.

The dummy also included a Lego version of a member of the Queen’s Guard, standing at the castle gate in a black Lego bearskin cap and classic red uniform.

Legoland Windsor welcomed William and Kate with a new royal display made from Lego

Legoland Windsor’s chief model maker, Paula Laughton, said: “The complex has always had a special connection to the Royal Family.

“So to welcome our neighbours, our talented model makers are giving the Royal Family a brick housewarming gift by recreating the family in miniature form.”

“The Royal Removal stage will be on display throughout September, and we hope to welcome the Duke and Duchess and their family to the station to see their characters very soon,” she added.

Legoland model marker Will Metcalfe has expressed hope that the Royal Family will visit the complex to one day meet their miniature versions.


Source link

Share.

Comments are closed.