Holly Grinter, aged four, of Stoke, Lilli Mae Bowron, six, and Sharne-Lea, five, both of Coundon, won a visit to Banqueting House, in Whitehall Palace, London, for Disney's Very Important Princess Party.
What does VIP stand for?
VIP stands for Very Important Princess
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- Very Important Papers
- Very Important Parent
- Very Important Part
- Very Important Paws (Florida)
- Very Important Perpetrator
- Very Important Person
- Very Important Pet
- Very Important Pilot
- Very Important Pop
- Very Important Presentation
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Thanks to Disney and the ECHO, Ellie joined hundreds of other lucky youngsters at a Very Important Princess Party in London this weekend.
Before the burial at Thornhill Cemetery, her aunt and godmother Tammy told the congregation: ``Jade was my niece, my goddaughter and my VIP; she was my very important princess.