Peter Byrne, PA Wire
Move over, Brad and Angelina! Kate and Wills are already starting their brood... sort of.
The zoo had asked visitors via its social networking sites which cuddly creature the couple should sponsor. The Humbolt penguin was the clear winner with more than 20 percent of the votes, beating out 400 other species, such as Rothschild giraffes and African painted dogs.
But the furry friend, which was a wedding gift from the zoo, won't be calling the Cambridge household home. Officials say the critter will remain in his habitat with the other penguins.
"Hopefully the happy couple will come and see little Acorn playing in his pool very soon," a spokesman said.
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