Hatfield party ahead of Royal Baby arrival

PUBLISHED: 15:00 13 July 2013

'Kate' cutting the cake

'Kate' cutting the cake


A PARTY for the future heir to the throne has been held in Hatfield.

Renee and her guests wearing face masks of the Royal FamilyRenee and her guests wearing face masks of the Royal Family

Royal enthusiast Renee Rogers, of Stonecross Road, threw a ‘baby shower’ to celebrate the anticipated birth of William and Kate’s first child.

More than 30 people showed up to enjoy the day.

The mother-of-one said: “We had a great time.

“It went down well.”

At the baby shower, which is traditionally held for parents before their baby is born, it seemed some Royals had made it along – because some guests were wearing novelty masks.

The 27-year-old has said she would be off to Buckingham Palace once the new baby had arrived.

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