Legoland Is Offering Free Entry To Anyone Called Louis

Good news guys called Louis: not only do you share your name with one of the coolest men of all time - looking at you Mr Theroux - but you'll also get into Legoland for free.

In honour of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge naming their adorable little baby after a member of One Direction, Legoland Windsor is offering free entry to anyone called Louis.

Credit: PA
Credit: PA

The offer is open to both adults and kids, provided they can prove their name is Louis, so any Louis keen to take up the offer will need to bring their ID along.

The offer is running from today and is valid until the 19 July, meaning any Louis out there can enjoy free entry during May half term. Nice.

While there, you can pop down and see Lego's very own Miniland, which features a Lego-made Buckingham Palace with a little Louis added to the scene alongside Kate, Will, George and Charlotte. They've even included the royal dog. Cute.

Paula Laughton, Head Model Maker told the Mirror: "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."

The couple announced the name today, three days after Kate gave birth. Previously it was announced Arthur (which is one of Louis' middle names) was the front-runner, according to bookies - but that was knocked back a bit when Will said that Alexander was a 'strong name' on Tuesday.

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BetFair had Louis at 120/1 at 6am this morning, according to OK! Magazine, so anyone willing to lash a couple of quid on it would have been more than happy when Kensington Palace finally announced it.

If you want to book to Legoland or check out the resort, head to their website here.

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Claire Reid

Claire Reid is a journalist at LADbible. Claire graduated from Liverpool John Moores University with a BA in journalism. She’s previously worked at Trinity Mirror. Since joining LADbible, Claire has worked on pieces for the UOKM8? mental health campaign, the Yemen crisis, life in the Calais Jungle as well as a profile of a man who is turning himself into a cyborg.

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