So we put on tights with little hearts on, a Rob Ryan skirt and pink heart shoes for the occasion.
We made rabbit shaped jelly (vegetarian versions) as Jelly is such a British favourite...well it was in the 1970-80's!
It went down so well that one little girl who tried a couple of mouthfuls then ate the whole rabbit...eventually discarding the spoon and using her hands! Now that is how we think you should eat jelly!
Some people came dressed as Brides and a little cinema appeared in one of the lovely shops called Old Albion.
The crowds were out in force in London and we all suddenly felt very proud to be British...how very un-British of us!
We noticed a picture of the Queen above the TV and she didn't seem very amused at all!
We tucked into good old British food of egg and chips outside in the sunshine.
Then the magic Canadian tea-lady turned up in celebration of all the things that she liked about the British which included, cream teas, tea-ladies, eccentricity, china tea cups and saucers, meringues and general silliness!
She had been baking until 2am! Now that is what we call dedication to the party! We loved that she had done this and caused hours of giggling and tea-party fun.
What a lovely cream tea we had.
But the star of the day had to be Queen Sharon from Old Albion who had us in stitches the whole time. We salute you!