British PM`s wife bakes cakes for street party
London: Samantha Cameron, wife of British Prime Minister David Cameron, spent a day in the No.10 Downing Street kitchen baking cup cakes for a street party for underprivileged children.
Samantha is an ambassador of Save the Children, an international NGO working for child rights, the Daily Express reported.
The prime minister`s wife and four children - Alina Kiewell, nine, and her six-year-old brother Fynn, and seven-year-olds Oliver McGregor and Carlo Guerrini-Maraldi - baked fairy cakes and decorated them with royal wedding-themed flags.
The cakes will be enjoyed by party guests and help raise money for Save the Children, the NGO website said in a statement.
"The children were simply brilliant," said Samantha. "Not only did they take it upon themselves to raise lots of money to help save children`s lives, but they were a great help to me in the Downing Street kitchen this morning, baking cakes for our street party."
Alina said: "It was lots of fun to meet Samantha Cameron and I really enjoyed baking. Samantha was really good at icing the cakes."