Royal subjects who share their first name with Britain’s youngest prince are set to enjoy a day of theme park fun for free this St George’s Day.
Gulliver’s theme parks are offering free entry to anyone named George on Wednesday, April 23, in honour of St George’s Day.
The Newlands theme park have even sent a special invitation to the world’s most famous baby, Prince George - and although theme park bosses are aware young Prince George is away from home for his first St George’s Day - they have made a special exception in his case and extended the free entry to his first ever theme park trip indefinitely, to a date that suits his royal highness.
Meanwhile, the prince’s namesakes up and down the country can enjoy free fun throughout the day.
A spokesman said: “It’s never too early to treat kids to their first theme park trip - as all of our parks are geared towards younger children there’s more than enough for Prince George to enjoy a right royal English day out at his convenience on his return to the UK.
“We have ample attractions, shows and a number of rides suitable for even the smallest of visitors.
“St George’s Day is our national day so what better way to celebrate than by inviting royal subjects who share our favourite baby’s name along for a free day of fun?”
Gulliver’s theme parks are open on selected dates throughout April and May. To enjoy free entry on St George’s Day, Wednesday April 23, simply come along with proof that your name is George (passport, birth certificate or driving licence).
For more information, visit www.gulliversfun.co.uk