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Welcome to our regular series of interviews with mini LEGO Apprentices! Prepare to be inspired and impressed by these young LEGO fans who take their LEGO very seriously!

CeCe, age 5, Cambridge

What makes you a true LEGO fan?

I’m a lego fan because when I have ideas they just come into my head and I make them out of lego with my big brother. And when I look at lego it makes my eyes shine up.

What is your first LEGO memory?

My first lego memory is when we went to a big lego shop in London and me and my brother got to do a mixed up box of lego from these different coloured circle shelves where we got to choose whatever pieces we liked. And we were allowed two lego people too. I was 4.

What’s your proudest LEGO build moment?

It’s when I made my aeroplane. I did it at Christmas with my mummy. I was only 4 and it was tricky. I still have it.

Who is your favourite LEGO character and why?

It’s my lego surfer girl. I like her because you can pretend she’d rescuing someone, like she surfs to someone and grabs their hand and she has a rope and then they hold on and she surfs back to the aeroplane. She’s like a hero.

If you could design a new LEGO figure, who would it be and why?

I would choose a Lego Care Bear. Because it sticks its tummy out and it has magic.

We need 200,000 LEGO bricks to build the Cathedral, can you help us rebuild it and how many bricks do you think you will lay!?

I’ll definitely help and I’ll lay 1,000 bricks!!!

What are you most excited about on launch day (28th May)?

I like the sound of lego shaped biscuits. Can you actually eat them? Are they actually edible lego?!!!

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