ROYAL WEDDING: Pupils to play royal couple at Trowse celebrations

School pupils Maxwell Hewison-Carter and Zarina Duffield will be the royal guests of honour at Trowse's wedding celebrations tomorrow.

The children from Trowse Primary School will play the roles of Prince William and Kate Middleton at Trowse's Royal Wedding Party on the Common, and they will cut the ribbon to officially open the event at 2pm.

Zarina, six, was especially excited about being Kate who she said was 'very nice and very pretty.'

She also said she thought Prince William was 'very handsome and very kind.'

'I am very very excited about the wedding and seeing how happy both of them are,' she said.

Zarina's royal outfit for the day is a white dress with flowers in her hair and a pearl necklace and ring.

'It makes me feel just like a princess,' she said.

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Maxwell, seven, said he was really pleased to be picked to be Prince William for the Trowse party which has been organised by Trowse Parish Council.

After the young royal couple open the free event there will be a whole afternoon of festivities from 2pm until 6pm.

People can having a go at pinning the the tail on the corgi and make celebration hats, and there is a fancy dress competition for children with the theme of royalty.

There is also a cake competition, raffle, children's games and races, a bouncy castle for young and old, tea and cakes in the Manor Rooms and food being served at The White Horse.

From 4pm there will be live music from The Misfit Collective on the Common.