#Win one of two Silver Spoons

May 15, 2015 Off By Laura TMOT
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Princess Charlotte will grow up in a life of wealth and privilege and the term being born with a “silver spoon” suggests that she will have an easy life but of course life isn’t so simple. Would any parent really wave a magic wand and choose a royal upbringing? Would they swap playtime in the park without a camera lens in sight for the opportunity to travel the world? I really don’t think I could cope with such close scrutiny.



Sudocrem Care & Protect asked parents to consider the advantages and disadvantages of being born with a “silver spoon”. The results were fascinating. For most parents, the greatest privilege wouldn’t be fame and fortune but the chance to use their power and influence to make a difference to others. The biggest disadvantage is lack of privacy and spontaneity. Would they change places? The answer is no. It seems that an ordinary life has a lot going for it and the greatest gift of all is to be born into a caring and protective family!


In 2013 Sudocrem launched Care and Protect, the latest addition to the Sudocrem nappy range and celebrated the birth of HRH Prince George by commissioning Theo Fennell to create a bracelet in 18ct gold with the iconic Sudocrem pot as a tiny charm. The bracelet was auctioned for EACH (East Anglian Children’s Hospice) and raised thousands of pounds for one of the Duchess of Cambridge’s favourite charities. Now with the birth of Princess Charlotte Sudocrem asked silversmith Christopher Hamilton to create some solid silver spoons. Each spoon is handcrafted in solid silver and will be engraved with the initials of the winners choice and delivered in a lined black box with a card of authentication. 

I have two of these amazing silver spoons to give away to my readers.

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To be in with the chance of receiving one of the Sudocrem Care & Protect Silver spoons, simply follow the instructions on the rafflecopter form below. 
a Rafflecopter giveaway
Terms & Conditions ·     
The prize is for one silver spoon engraved with two initials.
Prizedraw ends at 23:59 GMT on the 29th May 2015       
The prize is non-refundable and no cash alternative will be offered.  
The prize is non transferable. 
Uk entries only. 
Entrants must be 18 years or over. 
Incomplete or Duplicate entries will be deleted. 
All times are in GMT. 
Blog Owner not responsible for non-delivery of prize. 
Entrants must leave a means of contact: either twitter handle or email address. 
Prizes must be claimed within 2 days, otherwise another winner will be selected to replace the non-claimant. 
The prize is the item featured in the post, and there is no cash alternative.