A Dorset company has been left out of pocket after it ordered commemorative plates marking the birth of a Royal Princess.
After the birth of Prince George of Cambridge the company is ruing the fact it now has 5,000 pink plates commemorating the arrival of a “Royal Princess”.
The Daily Telegraph is reporting that the company, which has not been named, received an “inside tip” from a supposedly reputable source who insisted the baby was a girl.
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