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Two hundred brightly painted fibreglass eggs have been placed across London as part of a record attempt to create the worlds biggest egg hunt.
The two and a half foot high eggs have been created by fashion designers, artists and jewellers including Mulberry and Diane Von Fustenberg, in aid of Action for Children and Elephant Family.
Locations include Trafalgar Square, Clarence House and Canary Wharf but organisers say if you find them all you could win the top prize, called the Diamond Jubilee Egg, which is valued at £100,000.