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Former Carlisle woman's royal wedding sick bags sell-out

They are more usually found on aircraft than as a souvenir for a royal wedding.

Wedding sick bag photo
The bag designed by Lydia Leith

But an artist from Carlisle has created a specially designed one for those already sick of hearing about Prince William’s upcoming nuptials to Kate Middleton.

Lydia Leith, 24, has designed a sick bag to coincide with the occasion – and has already sold out of her first batch, available for £3 each.

Lydia, who now lives in Edinburgh and is a graduate from the city’s College of Art, admits she does not think it will be used as a sick bag.

She originally made 260 limited edition bags, which have sold out, but is now busy making more.

They are available from her website, www.lydialeith.com.

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Nice one Sheena tell it like it is

Posted by brian hyde on 8 March 2011 at 20:53

PS Am sending this article to my American Royal loving friend, only one loves these people out of the many people I know in the States! It will be interesting to hear her reaction, though I know my other US friends will love this as they feel the monarchy is sooo outdated!

My lovely but sad US Royal loving friend was one of apparently, only a few people who went to meet Charles and Camilla at Independance Hall on their visit to Philadelphia a year or so ago. All of the others I know (and love) there stayed away.

Posted by Sheena too on 7 March 2011 at 14:48

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