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A royal correspondence

Posted on: 2nd March 2017

The Whittinghams receive a letter from The Queen

In August last summer, Daniel Whittingham visited Buckingham Palace as a VIP during a sightseeing trip to London with his support workers.

Read about Daniels’ adventures last summer

“He was hoping to meet The Queen,” said Daniel’s mum, Anne, “but he was treated like royalty, so I think that made up for it.”

Anne later wrote to The Queen to let her know how much Daniel enjoyed his visit and is delighted to have received a letter from Sandringham House on behalf of Her Majesty.

The Whittinghams' letter from The Queen

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