David Cameron makes jewellery for his daughter’s birthday on visit to Norwich

David Cameron's attempt at engraving his daughter's name, top, with a professional version below.

David Cameron's attempt at engraving his daughter's name, top, with a professional version below. - Credit: Archant Norfolk

The prime minister was in Norwich for a whistle-stop trip to local jewellery business Lisa Angel.

Prime Minister David Cameron during his visit to Lisa Angel Jewellery in Rackheath where he stamped

Prime Minister David Cameron during his visit to Lisa Angel Jewellery in Rackheath where he stamped a piece of jewellery with his daughters name under the guidance of jewellery manager Victoria McLean.Picture by SIMON FINLAY. - Credit: Archant Norfolk

The prime minister was in Norwich today to visit an entrepreneur in the Rackheath Industrial Estate.

Mr Cameron visited Lisa Angel's jewellery business as he launched his election pledge to help small business owners through 'start-up loans'

He was invited to try his hand at engraving a necklace as it is his daughter, Nancy Cameron's, 11th birthday today.

As he was engraving the necklace, his lettering went skew-whiff, and he remarked that he 'didn't think this would be her favourite present.'

Prime Minister David Cameron during his visit to Lisa Angel Jewellery in Rackheath where a "chicken"

Prime Minister David Cameron during his visit to Lisa Angel Jewellery in Rackheath where a "chicken" from a national newspaper was waiting to greet him.Picture by SIMON FINLAY. - Credit: Archant Norfolk


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He was delayed leaving the industrial unit by 30 minutes while staff hatched a plan on how to avoid a man in a chicken costume, carrying a placard reading 'Don't be a chicken Mr Cameron: join the TV debate', on behalf of the Daily Mirror newspaper.

Eventually Mr Cameron's staff left in his official car, while the Prime Minister left through another exit as police looked on.

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