ELEPHANT FAMILY, a Royal charity, has partnered with Stonegate, the packer behind Clarence Court Eggs, to install egg-shaped sculptures across Chelsea this spring.

Elephant Family was founded by HRH The Queen’s late brother, Mark Shand, and is focused on Asian wildlife conservation.

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Following a 10-year hiatus, the charity and Clarence Court will install the eggs, designed by several notable artists, to raise funds and awareness of the charity’s work.

Eggs will be displayed from 20 March to 14 April across the London borough of Chelsea in what is being dubbed “the Little Egg Hunt”.

It will serve as a prelude to the Big Egg Hunt 2025, at which some 200 eggs will be installed across iconic London landmarks, raising awareness and money for Elephant Family’s conservation work.


HRH Princess Eugenie said: “I’m delighted to support this year’s little egg hunt in support of Elephant Family. A wonderful celebration of art and a reminder about nurturing the incredible animals that share our planet.”

Adrian Gott, CEO of Clarence Court Eggs, said, “It’s a great honour for us all at Clarence Court to continue our support of Elephant Family and its fantastic conservation work.

“The vibrancy and artistic expression of these superb giant egg designs are a fitting way to celebrate Easter, and I hope the public are looking forward to seeing them in situ around Chelsea as much as I am!”