Mookie Toys celebrates as its TP Toys Forest Seesaw receives the Royal treatment

Mookie Toys has rolled out the red carpet in celebration of the royal treatment that its TP Toys Forest Seesaw has received this week, having spotted the product in use in the gardens of Prince William and Kate, the Duke and Dutchess of Cambridge.

A video, released this week as part of the royal couple’s 10th wedding anniversary celebrations, features Mookie’s TP Forest Seesaw being played on by the Prince and Princess in the gardens of their home.

As a result, the seesaw has already made headlines across the national media, with many using it as an analogy to describe married life. A traditional wooden seesaw, the TP Forest Wooden Seesaw has a 360⁰ twist for added play value in addition to the traditional up and down motion. With comfy moulded plastic seats and full 360⁰ rotation the seesaw enables kids to bounce and spin while playing.

Made from sustainable FSC certified timber, the new and improved design seesaw provides hours of fun for children aged three and upwards.

“We’re delighted the royal family gets as much enjoyment out of our popular Forest Seesaw model as other children across the UK,” said Kyle Maglione, international marketing manager at Mookie. “Currently sold out across our e-commerce site and other retail partners, we are bringing in new designs and colourways later this month plus using AR functionality to enable consumers to visualise how the product would look in their garden prior to purchase.”

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