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The Lego Royal Wedding

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Ever since the royal wedding was announced, it's become a busy time at the ShortList office. All of us desperately trying to secure a non-flexible way of having nothing to do with the happy event.

But thanks to the ever-enduring brilliance of Lego, we've got about as close as we're gonna get and so far, no boils or extreme allergic reactions.

These pictures, and the video below, show the happy couple exchanging vows with nightmarishly blank faces to mark the 15th anniversary of Legoland Windsor.

We're actually quite keen on the idea of a monarchy made completely from Lego. Join us.

(Images: Getty)

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