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Tea in Paris and London with children

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Hello - I will be traveling to both Paris and London with my family in August and my group will include two six year old girls, my nine year old son and my mother-in-law all on their first trip to these cities. I would like to take them to tea in both Paris and London and I am looking for the best suggestions. I obviously thought of Laduree in Paris and I am wondering if one branch would be better than the others (I have only visited the store on Rue Royale). In London I've been to tea at The Orangery and enjoyed it but wondered if other travelers had suggestions that would be classic and child friendly (for well behaved children)!

As always, thanks for your help and suggestions!

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