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Key points: An Adelaide Hills preschool lends toy monkeys for children to take photos with when overseas One of them called Harriet was lost at Buckingham Palace Palace staff took photos of Harriet "working" with them and sent her back. Photo: Harriet with a toy corgi that kept her company on the flight back from London.
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