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Dagenham students’ baby card designs to be sent to Royal couple

PUBLISHED: 13:05 22 July 2013 | UPDATED: 13:05 22 July 2013

Monteagle Primary School entered a art competition with Jacadi (a childrens clothing company) and Frenchwear to create greeting cards for the royal baby that would be sent to Will and Kate and also be sold by Jacadi and the money raised to go towards one of Will and Kate's charitys. 


Glory Nzengo, 11 and Dami Ganiyu, 10 who won the competition

Monteagle Primary School entered a art competition with Jacadi (a childrens clothing company) and Frenchwear to create greeting cards for the royal baby that would be sent to Will and Kate and also be sold by Jacadi and the money raised to go towards one of Will and Kate's charitys. Glory Nzengo, 11 and Dami Ganiyu, 10 who won the competition

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Glory Nzengo and Dami Ganiyu’s baby greeting cards have been picked from thousands to be sent to the Royal couple.

The Monteagle Primary School pupils entered a competition run by childrenswear brand Jacadi to design a card to congratulate Kate and Will on their new arrival.

Dami, 10, drew a toddler kitted out in a Union Jack babygrow complete with a Union Jack dummy, while 11-year-old Glory’s card had mottos such as ‘Keep calm William and Kate’ and ‘Proud to be British’.

The duo were among just three winners of the competition and will receive a £1,000 education grant for their school as well as £250 Jacadi vouchers.

As for their designs, they will be made into greeting cards and sent to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and also sold in the Jacardi stores with proceeds going to The Prince’s Foundation for Children and The Arts.


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