Friday, April 29, 2011

6-year old girl wins the Royal Wedding Lottery

April 29, 2011 was the day of the Royal Wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton and most folks in Britain have been either tuned-in to their television sets or have gone out to join the celebration, but only a select few have had the opportunity of receiving a special invitation.

A very lucky young, disabled 6-year old girl, Hermione Sutton, received a surprise through the post.  She won a golden ticket from the Royal Wedding Lottery that her mother entered her in, as little Hermione was obsessed with princesses and fairytale fantasy.   The golden ticket enabled her to receive a special invite to attend the Royal Wedding to the delight of all her family.

Hermione suffers from a genetic disorder named Prader-Willi syndrome, which can cause intellectual disabilities, making it hard for her to stand or walk for long periods.  The Royal family had reserved seats for guests with disabilities, and although it seemed like a long shot, Mrs. Sutton decided to apply for the tickets in the hope that her little girl's dream would come true.

You may not be able to attend the royal wedding, however, you may be able to get the chance of winning in the UK National Lottery via OSA.  UK Lotto draws are held twice weekly and offer 5 different ways to win.


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