COPPER’S daughter Lucy Hudson jumps into her dad’s arms to mark his retirement — recreating a picture from when he first started 30 years ago.
Lucy wore a similar white coat and a white bobble hat while dad Terry Stevens, now 53, wore his original helmet and tunic to recreate the shot from his passing out parade in 1988.
Married Lucy, 30, of Attleborough, Norfolk, said: “We were laughing so much it took five or six attempts to get the picture.”
“We’re really proud of him and he’s had to carry out duties in lots of difficult situations over the years.”
Lucy who is now married and lives with husband Nathan in Attleborough, Norfolk, said her father suspected that she wanted to recreate the picture.
But she added: “He didn’t actually think I’d go through with it”.
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Dad-of-two Terry, 53, of nearby Wymondham, wore his original helmet and tunic for the new photograph.
He said: “I’ve had no side-effects from picking her up.
"She’s not as heavy as she looks.”
Terry’s career included a stint as a firearms officer at Sandringham, protecting the Royal Family.
For the last few years he has been a custody sergeant at Norfolk Police HQ in Wymondham.
He said he was looking forward to having more time to spend with his family.
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