WIN- One of 2 Silver Spoons with Sudocrem

Not all of us are born with silver spoons in our mouths. But, you could be in with a chance of winning one of 2 gorgeous silver spoons made by Christopher Hamilton, commissioned by Sudocrem, the fab barrier cream behind Care & Protect.

Sudocrem Care & Protect asked parents to consider the advantages and disadvantages of being born with a “silver spoon”. The results were fascinating. For most parents, the greatest privilege wouldn’t be fame and fortune but the chance to use their power and influence to make a difference to others. The biggest disadvantage is lack of privacy and spontaneity. Would they change places? The answer is no. It seems that an ordinary life has a lot going for it and the greatest gift of all is to be born into a caring and protective family!

To celebrate the birth of HRH Prince George, Sudocrem commissioned Theo Fennell to make a charm bracelet with a tiny pot of Sudocrem, which was auctioned for the charity and to celebrate the birth of Princess Charlotte these stunning spoons have been released and up for grabs.

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Each spoon shall be engraved with your baby’s initials, and arrive in a stunning black lined box with certificate of authentication. Just precious, like your little one.

Because, every baby is special and deserves a silver spoon!

Competition is open to UK residents only, and closes midday on the 1stof June 2015.

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Hazel Newhouse

Hazel is a mum to 3 daughters and a son, she lives in Bedfordshire with her husband, kids and pets. Hazel has written for various publications, and regularly works alongside popular parenting and gardening brands.

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  1. Tracy Nixon says:

    Mmmmmm hard one – yes, it would have been nice!

  2. Nicki Evans says:

    As long as I didn’t become a horrible person, absolutely!

  3. Stephen Fowler says:

    Some lucky person will spoon be a winner.

  4. if it came with money too!

  5. Kevin Honey says:

    Sounds very uncomfortable!

  6. Olivia M says:

    No I don’t think so

  7. Nat thomason says:

    Yes money struggles have defined my whole life 🙁

  8. MichelleD says:

    As long as I didn’t end up a spoiled brat!

  9. claire griffiths says:

    it would have been nice

  10. Gillian Iles says:

    Would have been nice but money does not guarantee happiness. The love of a close family and true friends count for so much more

  11. Kayleigh White says:

    I’m not sure really. I’ve never really thought about it.

  12. Christine Caple says:

    It would have been nice!

  13. Ruth Harwood says:

    money isn’t really a route to happiness, is it? the more you have, the more you spend, and in the final hours of your life, I doubt anyone is thinking they were glad they were mega rich watching others die of starvation

  14. Cheryl Kean says:

    oh yes, how nice to have everything given to you on a plate.

  15. michelle banks says:

    oh yes! if it came with lots of money!

  16. Claire woods says:


  17. Leanne Bell says:

    Nope. I quite like a more realistic way of living.

  18. Elaine Savage says:


  19. olivia Kirby says:

    Yes I would. The house we have is too small and I want to travel the world but have hardly any money!!

  20. Robby Price says:

    Yes it would have its perks !!!

  21. Kim Neville says:

    Yes it would have been nice 🙂

  22. Emma Fox says:

    It would have been nice – but would I be the same person I am today? I ponder.

  23. Natalie Crossan says:

    Lovely of course!

  24. Helen Bennett says:

    No, working hard keeps me grounded, but to use a silver spoon now and again would be nice 🙂

  25. Jodie W says:

    no i dont think so

  26. tracy sinclair says:

    Yes, I would have loved to have been, I think x

  27. sarah price says:

    nope not really, i quiet enjoy the simple life. 🙂

  28. Caroline S says:

    Yes, I suppose so – but I think I’m doing ok regardless!

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