Winners of Harrow Baby Toddler photo competition announced

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These are the young faces crowned winners of the Harrow Times baby and toddler photo competition.

The Harrow Times and St Ann’s shopping centre took photos of children from across the borough last month for the Baby and Toddler photo competition.

Hundreds of people voted via text and phone for to find the most photogenic baby and toddler in the borough in four categories.

The winner in the naught to nine months category was Albie Leathers.

Mum Louise Leathers, from West Harrow, said: “It was such a surprise for him to win.

“I entered him because I think he is really cute and just happened to see the stall was when I was in the centre so I decided to give it a shot.”

Angelina Thobhani was the winner of the ten to 18 months category.

Her mother Shelley, from Kenton, said: “I always thought she might win because she is such a smiley happy baby.

“I saw the competition was going on when I was shopping but didn’t have time to enter. But my mum said we should take part and I'm really pleased we did.”

The winner of the 19 months to three-years-old group was Robert Kastner.

Mum Kerisha Francois-Kastner, from Harrow Weald, said: “I can’t believe he won, it’s so exciting. Ever since he was born our fiends have said he was a cute baby and he should be a model.

“We never really thought about it seriously before but we just thought we would give it a shot.”

In the four years to six year old category Arjen Howard was crowned winner.

His mum Bina, of Harrow-on-the-Hill, said: “I'm so pleased he won. We hadn’t planned to enter him but as we were there we thought we might as well.”

Each of the winners will receive a canvas print of their child’s picture.

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