A new attraction has joined the other Legoland figures at Windsor's world famous theme park - and his name is Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor.

Legoland unveiled the new figure in its Miniland section as soon as his name was announced. Now the resort is also offering free entry to anyone who shares their first name with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's new son.

All those who are lucky enough to be called ‘Archie’, will be granted one day's free entry to the theme park simply by showing their proof of identity at the ticket office. The free entry offer to enjoy the resort's rides, live shows and attractions, is available until July 12.

The new scene at Miniland features a 3cm tall Lego version of Archie, along with a Lego pram made up of 50 tiny bricks. Archie is joined by Lego models of Harry and Meghan who take pride of place together outside Miniland’s very own 39,960 brick Windsor Castle.

Paula Laughton, head model maker at the Windsor Resort, said: “We love to celebrate our royal neighbours’ news and wanted to mark this very special occasion in our own Legoland way. Our guests love to spot our new models in Miniland and we can’t wait to see what they think of our latest royal addition.”

Guests can see the new Lego royal as part of Miniland's recreation of Windsor Castle now, where it will be on display until November.