King’s Lynn mums hoping to welcome Princess Charlotte

Baby Sensory group at Studio 19, North Lynn, organiser Laura Wedd-Johnson (back far right) ANL-150705-145841009

Baby Sensory group at Studio 19, North Lynn, organiser Laura Wedd-Johnson (back far right) ANL-150705-145841009

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New mums and their babies are hoping to welcome the Duchess of Cambridge and Princess Charlotte to one of their meetings.

Leader Laura Wedd-Johnson has written a letter to the Duchess to invite her to one of the Baby Sensory meetings which have re-started in Lynn and Downham.

Princess Charlotte is getting to know her parents and big brother George, at their country retreat, Anmer Hall.

Mums and babies who attend one of the Lynn meetings have been celebrating the birth of Princess Charlotte, on May 2, by making beautiful crowns.

Mrs Wedd-Johnson, who has not yet received a reply from the Duchess, said: “We were all really excited about the birth of Princess Charlotte.

“We had been waiting a couple of weeks to hold the crown competition.

“The crowns were fantastic and the effort which had gone into making them was fabulous.

“I was expecting crowns covered in tin foil but the mums made some beautiful ones.

“This just shows how highly people think of the royal family.”

Mrs Wedd-Johnson has recently re-started the meetings for the learning and development group.

Activities in the sessions have aimed to help babies develop and learn.

The programme, which was devised by Dr Lynn Day, includes parachute games, light shows and smells.

Mrs Wedd-Johnson said: “We would love it if the Duchess and Princess Charlotte would officially open one of our meetings.”

For more information go to: www.babysensory.com