“I love your shoes, have a happy birthday!” - More than 7,500 East Anglian children send birthday messages to the Queen in special EDP supplements
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More than 7,500 East Anglian school children are sending birthday messages to the Queen. We will be publishing them in three days of special supplements next week, in the run-up to the monarch's 90th birthday.
The supplements will be published in the EDP of Monday, April 18; Tuesday, April 19 and Wednesday, April 20.
The EDP of Thursday, April 21, will include 90 Glorious Years - a 40-page supplement about the Queen's life and her links with Norfolk on the day she becomes our longest-reigning monarch.
On Friday, April 22, we will be reporting on celebrations across the region for the Queen's birthday.
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Leticha Illoh, aged eight, St Mary's Junior School, Long Stratton: Dear Queen Elizabeth. I'm glad you are the queen, because I think you are an excellent queen. HAPPY 90TH BIRTHDAY QUEEN ELIZABETH! XXXX
Benjamin Quinton, aged nine, St Mary's Junior School, Long Stratton: Dear Queen Elizabeth, You are very good at making people happy, so I think it is our turn to repay the favour. Happy 90th birthday; I wish you all the luck in the world. Thank you for being our Queen.
Molly, aged nine, Caister Junior School : Queen Elizabeth, I wish I could say happy birthday to you in your palace. I hope you enjoy your day of birth. Happy birthday your majesty the queen. XX
Demi, aged nine, Caister Junior School: Dear Queen Elizabeth II. Happy 90th birthday. Have a lovely day. I love your work! X
Daniel Newton, aged seven, Mile Cross Primary, Norwich: Hi Queen, Happy Birthday. I'm really wondering what was your present?
Leah Reeve, aged seven, Mile Cross Primary School: Happy Birthday your majesty. Were you in World War 2?
Alaya, aged five, Ormesby Village Infant School: You are the best queen ever, happy birthday.
Ellie, aged four, Ormesby Village Infant School: I love your shoes, have a happy birthday!
Ruby Davey, Class 3C, Howard Junior School, King's Lynn: Your Highness, Happy Birthday. I hope you have a magical, magnificent day! Our country would not be complete without you.
Mason Green, Class 3C, Howard Junior School: Your Majesty, I hope you have a brilliant birthday. Thank you for caring for other people and looking after our country.
Reece, aged eight, Walsingham Community Primary: Happy Birthday Ma'am. I am so proud to have you as our Queen. From Reece.
Ava, aged 10, Walsingham Community Primary: Happy Birthday! I wish you the best birthday ever and I'm so glad that I got to write to the oldest living Queen – lots of love Ava.
Aeryn Goreham, aged six, Freethorpe Primary School: Dear Queen. Happy Birthday I hope you enjoy your Birthday a lot. I like the way you look after all of the people in the country and look after people who need help. Love from Aeryn x
Spencer Read, aged six, Freethorpe Primary School: Dear Queen Elizabeth, I hope you enjoy your cake. Happy 90th Birthday, have a nice dance when you celebrate! Love from Spencer x
Olivia, aged eight, Browick Road Primary School, Wymondham: I hope you have a happy 90th birthday and everyone spoils you. From Olivia
Eden-Mae, aged eight, Browick Road Primary School, Wymondham: Dear Queen, I hope you have a happy 90th birthday and everyone treats you nicely. From Eden-Mae
Isabel Parker, Edward Worlledge Primary School, Great Yarmouth: Wishing you a wonderful birthday, you are a dedicated and inspirational queen, enjoy your celebrations.
Emily Falzon, Edward Worlledge Primary School, Great Yarmouth: Happy Birthday. Thank you for all that you have done for our country, hope you have a great day.
Matilda, aged four, Raleigh Infant School, Thetford: I share my birthday with the Queen, Happy Birthday
Lara, aged 6, Raleigh Infant School, Thetford: Hip, Hip, Hooray!
Davashree, aged seven, Queen's Hills Primary School, Costessey: To Your Royal Highness, I really hope you will have a lovely birthday with your great grandchildren and watch a bit of Coronation Street. After, you could go horse riding with your favourite horse or listen to your old-fashioned radio.
Alisha, aged seven, Queen's Hills Primary School, Costessey: Happy 90th Birthday. I hope you and your husband Prince Phillip and your children have fun. Why don't you, as a treat, go horse riding and then you can have a jolly good day. You and your family could have afternoon tea with crustless sandwiches. You could also have gin and Dubonnet because it's your favourite and it will taste delicious. I hope you get lots of presents.