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Visiting The Queen and #Peppa1stCinema Experience

Wednesday, 29 March 2017


Last Saturday we were invited to London, to be one of the first people to see Peppa's 1st Cinema experience! A train, two tubes and lots of buggy lifting up stairs later, we arrived at Picturehouse Central ready for lots of Peppa Pig fun.

There was plenty to do including face painting, crown making, and meeting Peppa and George (although Parker wasn't so keen on this part). The film itself was brilliant, and one I'd definitely recommend seeing. Brand new episodes including Peppa visits London, as well as interactive segments - it really encourages your little ones to get involved by singing and dancing throughout. 

With the film over and the sun finally shining, we decided to go visit the Queen at Buckingham Palace. We had never taken the kids before and Indie was very excited to show off her crown - it is really easy to walk to from Trafalgar Square, so it was the perfect place to visit!




Indie loved watched the guards and seeing where the Queen lives. Although she was a little disappointed that she didn't come outside to see her crown!

As it was such a lovely day we headed to Green Park (just to the right of Buckingham Palace), to let the littles run around. I never realised there were so many green areas around central London. It really is more child friendly than you think.

Despite the events of last week, it was still pretty busy in London. I love the atmosphere and feeling that London has. No matter how many times you visit, it feels like an adventure!



Peppa's 1st Cinema Experience is in cinemas from April 7th. We attended this event free of charge in exchange for social sharing.
life as our little family

4 comments :

  1. It's such a beautiful city to explore with children isn't it. Lovely photos. We're there this weekend, just along from the bridge too.

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  2. My girls are a little old for Peppa Pig now but how ace to be one of the first people to see it on the big screen! We've been wanting to take the girls to London for aaaaages but haven't got round to it yet - they're desperate to go and see Buckingham Palace and the Natural History Museum. Looks like oyu have a really fun time :)

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  3. The girls have yet to see where the Queen lives. I can understand struggling with a buggy we usually take our carriers.

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  4. Aww this looks like so much fun and wow we are yet to show G where the queen lives. I must change that! Thanks so much for joining up with #MyFamilyAdventures

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