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PostPosted: Wed Aug 25, 2010 10:45 pm    Post subject: Cornish name for Cameron's daughter Reply with quote

http://uk.news.yahoo.com/21/20100825/tuk-cornish-name-for-cameron-daughter-6323e80.html

David and Samantha Cameron have named their new baby daughter Florence Rose Endellion, Downing Street said.

Endellion refers to the Cornish village of St Endellion, close to where they are holidaying and which Mr Cameron has visited over the years.

Downing Street said that the couple had received congratulatory messages from the Queen, the Prince of Wales, Gordon and Sarah Brown and French President Nicolas Sarkozy.

Mr Cameron spent the night at the Royal Cornwall Hospital in Truro where his new daughter was delivered by Caesarean section on Tuesday.

The couple's two elder children, six-year-old Nancy and four-year-old Arthur Elwen, have now visited their sister for the first time.

Downing Street said that US President Barack Obama had also telephoned to offer his congratulations.

Mr Cameron was driven away from the rear of the hospital's maternity unit, the Princess Alexandra Wing, in a black people carrier at about 4.30pm.
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