The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their children have been added – in Lego brick form – to Legoland Windsor’s Miniland in celebration of the royal couple’s recent relocation to Windsor.
Model Makers at the resort created a “Royal Removal” display featuring Prince William, Duchess Katherine, their children Prince George, Princess Charlotte, Prince Louis, and their dog Orla, assembled with 4,100 Lego bricks over the course of 19 hours.
The new addition was made in response to the couple’s announcement of their upcoming school term relocation from Kensington Palace to Adelaide Cottage in Berkshire in the U.K., which will take place in September 2022.
The display depicts the Cambridges and the “Royal Removal” service team who are unloading the family’s furniture, including a grand piano, Grandfather clock, and the children’s toy box.
Each of the “children” were assembled from 20 Lego bricks, and their dog was made from just 15 bricks.
“The Resort has always had a special connection with the Royal family, so to welcome our new neighbors, our talented Model Makers are giving the royals a brick-tastic housewarming present by recreating the family in miniature form,” said Paula Laughton, chief model maker at Legoland Windsor Resort. “The Royal Removal scene will go on display throughout September, and we hope to welcome the Duke and Duchess and their family to the Resort to see their figures very soon!”
Legoland Windsor’s Miniland also received a display which honors The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.
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