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Couple create giant garden ornaments

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Suzanne Ellis and her partner Ben Bennett love two things in life more than anything else - gardening and the Royal Family.

And as these pictures show, the seasoned horticulturalists really are quite Queen-fingered.

The couple, from Fifield, Berkshire, have painstakingly sculpted two giant busts of Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh and placed them in their front garden for the world to see.

http://www.dailymail...bald-patch.html

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Ugh, I'd never have something like that in my garden. Talented yes, wise no.

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Oh dear.. Oh dear.. Oh dear..

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Plaster and terracotta...wow. They have alot of patience.

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Imagine how fun it would be to smash them.. lol

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I am not amused with the hair!

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I am not amused with the hair!

Give it a few months and they will look like Bob Marley..

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HAHA! I love them!

Well, because they're in their yard not mine or my neighbor's :w00t: .

Clever, different, kind of a monster-chia-pet thing happening.

No, I actually like them. Great hair.

They'd scare the fur off my dog though.

The Queen has such beautiful skin for her age, the real one, not her clay counterpart.

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Give it a few months and they will look like Bob Marley..

haha, and "natty dread" playing in the background.

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