Fay Batey, a pupil at Wiggonby CofE Primary School, who asked the Queen whether she hoped the royal baby was a boy or a girl told reporters it was "really, really exciting" to speak her.
Fay and fellow pupils waved Union flags and cheered as the royal party arrived at the Brockhole Lake District Visitor Centre on the shores of Lake Windermere.
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