PRINCE and Princesses descended on Puxton Park in the West Country to join a celebration in honour of the new Royal Princess.
Youngsters visited the popular adventure park, in Hewish, on May 16 and 17, wearing Prince and Princess fancy dress costumes, and got the opportunity to meet its newborn lamb.
The lamb was born just six hours after her Royal Highness Princess Charlotte of Cambridge and was therefore given the same name in her honour.
To celebrate both of their arrivals, Puxton held a two-day Royal celebration party where visitors met real life Princesses.
Other activities included face painting, glitter tattoos and free fairy cakes.
Sarah Warren, Adventure Park Manager, said: “News of our own baby Charlotte has spread fast with families wanting to come along and meet our new addition to the park.
“We therefore felt the best way to honour both her birth and the birth of Her Royal Highness Princess Charlotte of Cambridge, was to have our own Royal Celebration.”