Legoland has offered anyone called ‘Louis’ free entry to the theme park in celebration of the naming of the royal baby .
This morning new parents the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge announced they have called their third child Louis Charles Arthur .
Legoland Windsor Resort was quick to offer a promotion to anyone in the UK named Louis.
It said: "If you share the name of the new prince you get free entry to the Legoland Windsor Resort during peak seasons including May half term and the school summer holiday dates.
Legoland launched the offer from day of the announcement on April 27, which will be valid through to the July 19.
Just make sure to take proof of identity with you with tickets normally costing between £32 and £60 depending upon the day you go.
If you don’t share the name with Prince George and Princess Charlotte ‘s little brother, that doesn’t mean you can’t nab any bargains.
In fact, there are plenty of year-round Legoland deals and discounts from cheap day tickets to meal deals to help you stretch your budget that little bit further.
The free entry offer isn’t the only way Legoland has celebrated the British royal family’s newest arrival.
In fact, the theme park has created a special royal addition to its Miniland’s Buckingham Palace, which is now home to a Lego recreation of William and Kate and their three children.
Even the Cambridges’ dog Lupo makes an appearance!
In the sweet scene the royals stand in front of the palace, with Kate’s figurine holding the little Prince – and he’s only 3cm tall.
The scene also includes photographers and crowds of well-wishers, all hoping to get a glimpse of the new royal. It took the park’s Model Makers around four hours to create it.
Paula Laughton, head model maker, said: "We had lots of fun building the new scene to raise our very own tiny toast to the new Royal arrival. We love celebrating our Royal neighbours’ news and our guests always enjoy spotting our new additions to Miniland."
Guests can see the new Lego Royal as part of Miniland’s recreation of Buckingham Palace now, where it will be on display until November.
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