Norfolk van artist Ruddy Muddy didn't take long to react to news of today's royal engagement.
He's already revealed his latest "mudsterpiece" on the back on his white van in Wicklewood, near Norwich, congratulating Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
Ruddy Muddy, whose real name is Rick Minns, tweeted the royal family with an image of his artwork.
A tiny donkey - thought to be the world's smallest - is becoming a huge attraction at his home in Sawtry, Cambridgeshire.
Little Ottie is now eight months old and is just 16 inches tall.
He is a Miniature American and one day his owner Cheryl Griffiths hopes he will star in local shows and nativity plays.
And why is he called Ottie? Because he's Donkey Ottie, of course!
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Norwich writer Sarah Hall has won an East Anglian Book Award for her unsettling short story collection, Madame Zero.
Sarah, who is originally from Cumbria, has already been twice nominated for the Man Booker Prize.
In a ceremony this afternoon she won the EABA award for fiction.
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A group of penguins, who were split up and sent to two Norfolk Sea Life centres, when a wildlife park closed down on the Isle of Wight, have been reunited in Great Yarmouth.
The humboldt penguins will now live at the Sea Life centre in Yarmouth while their home is refurbished at the Hunstanton centre.
Staff say they all settled in quickly, but Dippy who already lives in Great Yarmouth and who is the eldest penguin at 22 years old, was a little bit anxious about the new penguins coming into his new home.
''Dippy is our eldest penguin, he's 22 and he's also a bit of a superstar and he kind of wanted reassurance. Who are all these penguins and am I still your favourite and of course he is.''
"Humbodlts are very sociable birds and they'll love being part of a bigger flock for a few months while the work is carried out at Hunstanton. We're expecting lots of bill tapping and friendly honking at each other. They've a lot to catch up on."
Dippy suffers from arthritis, and a gently sloping 'disabled access ramp' has been provided from him at the Great Yarmouth centre.
The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh may be celebrating their platinum anniversary, but they're not the only ones.
Edward and Lilias Stanbrook-Evans who now live in Norwich married in Luton in1947.
They took their vows as the Royal couple were married at Westminster Abbey.
"There hadn't been anything joyful for the last few years and this was something quite exciting."
Peterborough's controversial Christmas Tree is back on Cathedral Square for the third year running.
The reusable modern tree which cost £40,000 has not gone down well with everyone.
However the City Council says the tree which will last them five years has meant they're making significant savings on their Christmas decorations.
People are being asked to share their thoughts on architectural plans for Gainsborough House in Sudbury.
A public exhibition is being held to show people the plans for the £8.5 million redevelopment project will help create a National Centre for Thomas Gainsborough, who died in 1788.
The redevelopment will turn the museum into a world-leading arts centre with four new galleries to showcase Thomas Gainsborough's art.
"This nationally significant project represents a once in a lifetime opportunity for Gainsborough's House. It has enormous support, yet we still need to secure £1 million by March 2018 to ensure the project goes ahead."
The museum will also be able to display more information about Gainsborough's personal and family life as well as his artwork.
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