Windsor Resort is celebrating
the royal relocation of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their family to
Windsor, by unveiling miniature LEGO® models of the Cambridges as part of a
‘moving in’ scene.
This new addition to Miniland
features a ‘Royal Removals’ service van and movers. Built by talented model
makers using a total of 4,100 LEGO bricks, the scene features all the family
and dog Orla watching furniture including a sofa and piano being lifted off the
back of a removal truck. The scene will be on display throughout September at
Miniland’s Windsor Castle.
Talented Model Makers at the
LEGOLAND® Windsor Resort have today unveiled miniature LEGO® models of their
new royal neighbours, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their family.
The brick-tastic moving-in
scene which features a ‘Royal Removals’ service celebrates the news of The Duke
and Duchess of Cambridge moving to Adelaide Cottage in Berkshire this
Built using a total of 4,100
LEGO® bricks, The Duke and Duchess can be found outside the staggering 39,000
LEGO brick creations of Windsor Castle alongside their three children, Prince
George, Princess Charlotte, Prince Louis and their family dog Orla in the
Resort’s iconic Miniland attraction.
The royal scene which took two
Model Makers 19 hours to complete, portrays The Cambridges and the unpacking of
their LEGO brick furniture thanks to a mini ‘Royal Removal’ service team, as
the children each made from 20 LEGO bricks, play with the family dog, made from
just 15 LEGO bricks.
Guests can see the new royal
scene as part of Miniland, where it will be on display complete with grand
piano, Grandfather clock, and children’s toy box until the end of autumn.
Speaking about creating The
Cambridges in miniature form, Paula Laughton, Chief Model Maker at LEGOLAND
Windsor Resort, said: “The Resort has always had a special connection with the
Royal family so to welcome our new neighbours, our talented Model Makers are
giving the royals a brick-tastic housewarming present by recreating the family
in miniature form.
“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!”