William and Kate create a stir at Brent Cross

11:08 28 July 2014

William and Kate lookalikes looking for a gift for Prince George

William and Kate lookalikes looking for a gift for Prince George


Shoppers did a double take when the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge popped into a toy shop in Brent Cross on Saturday.

William and Kate lookalikes visited Toys “R” UsWilliam and Kate lookalikes visited Toys “R” Us

The William and Kate lookalikes created a stir by visiting the Toys “R” Us branch to find a gift for Prince George who turned one last week.

The royal visit was arranged by smarTrike who created 10 exclusive tricycles to commemorate the future King’s first birthday.

Youngsters were able to hop on to the royal smarTrike and capture a photo of them being a Prince or Princess for the day.


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