Sam Cam's little helpers

Save the Children fundraisers help PM's wife prepare for Downing Street royal wedding party

Samantha Cameron and helpers
Samantha Cameron and helpers

Samantha Cameron invited four young Save the Children fundraisers to Downing Street to bake cakes with her this week in preparation for its royal wedding street party.

The four children have also been invited to attend the party on Friday on behalf of the charity, for which the Prime Minister's wife is an ambassador.

The children baked fairy cakes with the her, garnishing them with royal wedding-themed flags and edible decorations.

The recipes for these cakes came from the cookery writer Annabel Karmel, who is supporting Save the Children’s fundraising initiative Born to Party, part of the charity’s annual Save the Children Week.

The cakes will be enjoyed by guests at the party, which will be attended by about 100 local residents.

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