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Competition winner's LEGO Star Wars bedroom revealed

Milun Simpson from Knebworth, Hertfordshire saw his dream room become a LEGO Ewok village.
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The winner of the Design Your Dream LEGO Bedroom campaign has seen his room transformed into a LEGO Ewok Village.

Five year old Milun Simpson from Knebworth, Hertfordshire has had his drawing of his dream room become a reality, with the help of 60,000 LEGO bricks and Bright Bricks, the professionally certified LEGO building company.

“To celebrate 15 years of LEGO Star Wars, we thought what better way to do this than to launch a competition that would capture our fans’ imaginations and give one lucky child the bedroom of their dreams," said LEGO Star Wars spokesperson Eloise Kurtis.

"The certified LEGO builders have been building day and night to bring his fantastic bedroom transformation to life which will bring hours of endless playtime for Milun. Congratulations to Milun and happy May 4th."

Milun’s new bedroom includes a LEGO Ewok Village tree house bed, a LEGO wall mural featuring a large 3D Millennium Falcon and a life-size Yoda, Yoda’s house, a Death Star floor lamp, a large R2-D2 LEGO model and an AT-AT desk.

“This is the most awesome bedroom ever," said Milun Simpson.

"It’s just like my drawing and I can’t wait to invite my friends over and play with all the LEGO Star Wars ships and my real life Ewok Village.

"I want to be a Jedi or an author when I grow up, so now I can start training in my cool bedroom.”

Milun’s dad, Matt Simpson, added: “Since watching his first Star Wars film aged just three, Milun was hooked, as I was at his age.

"It really is a dream come true for Milun and thanks to LEGO, bed time will never be the same again that’s for sure."

Take a look at Milun discovering his new LEGO Star Wars bedroom in the video below:

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