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How Harry kept bridesmaids happy with a £1 worm!

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Published on 5 May. 2011 12:08 AM IST
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Bridesmaid Eliza Lopes was entertained at the Royal Wedding with a �1 wiggly worm.
As Royal Family wedding portraits go, it was reassuringly traditional. But there was an unexpected guest in the line-up — and it kept the Duchess of Cornwall’s granddaughter Eliza Lopes smiling for the camera.
In her hand was a �1 ‘wiggly worm’ which Camilla revealed Tuesday had been bought by her stepson Prince Harry especially for the occasion. On Tuesday, the Duchess revealed that she had been ‘terribly worried’ that three-year-old Eliza and the other bridesmaids might find the event overwhelming.
As Royal Family wedding portraits go, it was reassuringly traditional. But there was an unexpected guest in the line-up — and it kept the Duchess of Cornwall’s granddaughter Eliza Lopes smiling for the camera.
‘Harry pulled this wiggly worm out of his pocket in the carriage to keep them amused Eliza loved it so much that she wouldn’t let go and it even made the official photographs’.
‘Can you believe it? She was holding onto my finger but in her other hand was this worm. I was so proud of her, she looked adorable in her dress and couldn’t stop twirling around in it. It was such a lovely, lovely day.’
Camilla was speaking at an event in her role as patron of The Wiltshire Bobby Van Trust at the Bowood Hotel and Spa near Calne.
The charity, which relies almost solely on public donations, helps elderly and vulnerable victims of crime by helping to make their homes secure.

 
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