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New Baby Boy Newspaper Spoof

(€12.15 ex. VAT)
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Model: 380-007-1-PW
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Product Description

A truly novel gift, this personalised spoof newspaper cover is presented in either a tube roll or a contemporary black frame. The colourful cover comes in A3 size. You can read how the story will go underneath. To order, simply complete the personalised details and click add to cart.

NEW - Next working day delivery for this novel gift now available.

If bringing to a party or an event, you can also order additional non-framed prints.

The date field refers to the date of the newspaper print, i.e. the Child's date of birth.


Sub-headline: Ireland Celebrates Birth of Beautiful Little BOYGIRL


Christ Church Cathedral’s bells were heard ringing in celebration of the wonderful news of the birth of BABYFIRSTNAME. Delighted parents, MOTHERSFULLNAME and FATHERSFULLNAME said that they were over the moon at the arrival of BABYFIRSTNAME and can’t wait to get HIMHER home to meet HISHER new family.

‘I have to admit,’ said Prof. James Clarke of HOSPITALNAME, ‘in all my thirty year’s experience, I’ve never seen such a gorgeous child.’ BABYFIRSTNAME’s arrival home will be delayed by several hours as nurses and doctors pose to have their pictures taken with HIMHER.

An Taoiseach Simon Harris was among the first to congratulate MOTHERFIRSTNAME and FATHERFIRSTNAME. ‘It signals a new beginning in Ireland and a commencement of hope for all our futures,’ he said. ‘I will be meeting with other members of the Dáil later today to draft a new bill that will see DOB declared a national holiday.’

‘I simply can’t wait to get them all on the show,’ Late Late Show presenter Patrick Kielty said today. ‘The phones have been buzzing all week in anticipation of this joyous event.’ Bono is rumoured to be organising a free concert in TOWNCITY in order to honour BABYFIRSTNAME’s arrival home. ‘It’s the very least I can do for my pals, MOTHER and FATHER,’ he added. ‘They’ve been such a huge support for Ali and me through the years.’

We, at The Irish Gazette, would also like to wish MOTHERFIRSTNAME, FATHERFIRSTNAME, and of course BABYNAME, all the happiness in the world.

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