02:40AM, Thursday 25 July 2013
Model makers at the attraction in Winkfield Road, Windsor, created the tiny figure of His Royal Highness Prince George of Cambridge out of eight bricks and he can be seen resting in his pram in front his parents.
He is the smallest Lego person that they have ever created and joins The Queen, Prince Harry and both sets of grandparents in front of the recreated palace.
Sue Kemp, divisional director of Legoland Windsor, said: “Our Royal scene in Miniland is always one of the most popular attractions in the park, so we wanted to make sure we included the special new addition to the family as soon as possible for our guests to enjoy.”
A miniature Lego easel has also been created as a nod to the traditional method of announcing a Royal birth.
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