Children at a Suffolk school are thrilled after receiving a letter from the King and Queen, thanking them for their Coronation celebrations which went viral in May.

St Gregory CEVC Primary School in Sudbury received the letter from King Charles III and Queen Camilla for a video that has been viewed on X, formerly Twitter, 124,000 times.

In the video, two students, George and Olivia, both five, dressed as the King and Queen for their Coronation, with the rest of the school and staff waving and cheering.

East Anglian Daily Times: Olivia and George with the lettersOlivia and George with the letters (Image: St Gregory Primary School)

Another video which hit 100,000 views shows George, as King Charles, saying his first proclamation, "free ice cream for everyone", with an ice cream van showing up just after he said it.

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In the letter from the King and Queen, is said: 'We were deeply touched by your most kind and thoughtful message following our Coronation.

'We are enormously grateful to everyone who took part in the celebrations, and particularly appreciate that you so generously took the time to write to us on this very special occasion.'

East Anglian Daily Times: The letter from the King and QueenThe letter from the King and Queen (Image: St Gregory Primary School)

George said: "It was really special to get a letter from the King and it made me very happy."

Olivia added: "When George was made King and said free ice cream, and an ice cream truck appeared from nowhere, it was really magical."

Daniel Woodrow, headteacher at the school, said: "The children were thrilled to hear that King Charles and Queen Camilla wrote to them and loved seeing the letter.

East Anglian Daily Times: The coronation back in MayThe coronation back in May (Image: St Gregory Primary School)

"Our Coronation Day was a really special occasion and one that we hope the children will remember for years to come - this letter is a lovely way to help them do that.

"Their Royal Highnesses are more than welcome to visit St Greg's at any time and meet their mini-selves, and if the King wanted to treat the children (and staff) to more free ice cream then that would be lovely too."

East Anglian Daily Times: The letter sent from the Head of Royal CorrespondenceThe letter sent from the Head of Royal Correspondence (Image: St Gregory Primary School)