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There's no doubting the fact that if you are the baby of a Prime Minister, you will grow up with some pretty remarkable stories, but perhaps none more unlikely than the story that emerged last week that David and Samantha Cameron's new baby Florence sleeps in a cardboard box! That'll be some boast at school - that she used to sleep in a cardboard box in Downing Street!
Florence's early arrival into the world caught the Cameron family out; they were holidaying in Cornwall and didn't have a cot for their newborn daughter. Six year old sister Nancy came to the rescue by decorating a cardboard box as a fitting crib for sister Florence. When they returned to London, they decided to keep Florence in the cardboard box!
Nancy and four year old brother Arthur are reported to adore their new sister. We're excited for the family too and wish them all the best, and hope they are able to find enough private time to enjoy being a family despite the pressures of dad's rather high profile job!
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