CHILDREN at a Teesside primary school have created a display worthy of a Prince ahead of the Royal wedding.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle marry in Windsor on Saturday.

The pupils at Captain Cook Primary School on Stokesley Road, Marton have written their own messages on Union Jack flags which have been planted along the verge.

In addition, on the school gates are two hearts encircled by gold wedding bands with a crown and tiara atop.

On the school fence a banner proclaims 'Congratulations Harry and Meghan' and further along a Union Jack flies proudly made up from handprints of the youngsters.

Headteacher Amy Young said: "We have had so many positive messages from the community. As a school we always try to celebrate national events.

"The whole school have been involved with every from Nursery to Year 6 making a flag.

"We have a special assembly planned for tomorrow- featuring some Royal guests. All the children are coming into school in their party clothes and we plan to hold a Wedding reception for the Royal couple."

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