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Parents of boy, 2, who photobombed Queen in bakery share Camilla's response


Parents of tuxedo toddler who photobombed Queen on bakery visit reveal Camilla’s response

The parents of a toddler who photobombed Queen Camilla on her visit to a Belfast bakery have revealed her sweet response.

Two-year-old Fitzwilliam Corrie-Salmon, known as Fitz, sported a tiny tuxedo for the Queen’s visit to his father’s Knotts Bakery on Thursday (21 March).

The toddler found himself in front of the Queen, gaining lots of attention and admiration from the press and members of the public.

The Queen called Fitz “a natural”.

Speaking on This Morning today, Fitz’s mother Zoe Corrie-Salmon said: “Honestly we can't believe it, she was so good with him, she is such a lovely lady and it was such a special day.”

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