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Hundreds of excited children catch a glimpse of Prince William during his visit to the War Memorial Park in Coventry. The Duke of Cambridge is the president of the Fields in Trust charity, the park is the first to be dedicated as part of the Centenary Fields programme in partnership with the Royal British Legion.
Children from Stoke Primary wave flags and banners as Prince William arrives at the War Memorial Park in Coventry. The Duke of Cambridge will underline the importance of remembering those who died during the first world war.
A piece of the Royal wedding cake has been auctioned for £523 in Nottingham today.
A mystery buyer bid well over the estimated amount of £50 to £150 to own a slice of royal memorabilia.
The Royal Wedding cake was made by local cake maker Fiona Cairns from Fleck near Leicestershire.
A piece of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's wedding cake goes under the hammer later. A Mansfield man who designed commemorative tins for guests to take their piece home in - donated it.
A slice of cake from the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's wedding is to be auctioned today in Nottingham.
Auctioneers Mellors and Kirk are expecting the slice of fruit cake to fetch between £50 and £150.
The cake is to be sold by former employee of Crown Speciality Packaging, Adrian Richardson, who was one of a small number of employees of the firm sent a piece of the royal wedding cake to thank them for their work on a specially commissioned presentation tin.
Nigel Kirk, director of Mellors and Kirk Auctioneers in Nottingham said: "It will no doubt be popular with collectors of royal memorabilia."