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Royal collections expand for Prince George's christening

Prince George arrives for his christening in London. While the royal heir is blissfully unaware of its significance, fans line the streets to witness the occasion. And some have taken the commemorating of royal events a step further. Margaret Tyler's home is a shrine to all things royal - she's crammed it with nearly 10,000 items of memorabilia. There's a jubilee room dedicated to the Queen, a sitting room for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and the dining room for Princess Diana. And now she's expanding her collection to include Prince George. SOUNDBITE: ROYAL MEMORABILIA COLLECTOR MARGARET TYLER SAYING (English): "I enjoy it, that's all I can say, I am a collector. I don't sell anything, people give me things, I am very lucky, if they are moving house they leave things on their doorstep for me." It's thought to be one of the most extensive private collections in the UK, insured for around 40,000 pounds. But in today's mass produ

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