WITH royal wedding fever gripping not just the nation, but the world, everyone wants to join in the celebrations – including cows!
And five-week-old, pedigree Holstein, Dainty is determined to join the celebrations and help the young couple commemorate their special day.
Wearing a customized calf jacket, designed by animal-wear experts AniMac, Dainty will be holding her own Royal Wedding ‘field’ party surrounded by her calf friends and family.
And as the bells ring at Windsor Castle, the five-week-old calf is destined to stand out from the crowd and be prepared for the unpredictable weather, wearing her one-of-a-kind waterproof jacket.
Inspired by the £1m pounds his big brother’s wedding raised, Prince Harry and Megan Markle have also requested that people donate to charities instead of sending wedding presents.
AniMac, based in Lancashire is auctioning the one off ‘Royal Union Jacket’ calf coat on eBay, with any proceeds being donated to The Wilderness Foundation UK.
“We wanted to adapt one of our products to make it extra special for the wedding,” explained Nathan Thorowgood (37), Director of AniMac.
“We selected the Wilderness Charity because it supports vulnerable teenagers from urban communities being taught about the great outdoors and rural employment opportunities.
“Hopefully people all over the world will bid and AniMac can raise a lot of money for an excellent cause.”
To place a bid and be in with a chance to win and own this one-of-a-kind memorabilia, visit eBay and search ‘Royal Wedding Union Jacket Calf Coat’ https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/292563349054
The auction closes at 11.30am on Monday the 21st of May 2018.
The Wilderness Foundation UK is one of seven charities chosen by the couple, so that “as many people as possible benefit from this [public] generosity of spirit”, Kensington Palace said.
Donations will support the work of the charity in transforming the lives of vulnerable young people with personal and mental health issues.
Continue to assist in growing environmental awareness through education and leadership, and connecting people and communities to green space and the value of time spent outdoors.