A PINT-sized nine-year-old boy rubbed shoulders with celebrities after being ‘Cordially Invited’ to become a ‘soft drinks sommelier’.

Cai Roberts, of Bodelwyddan, met The Saturdays singer Molly King and TV presenter and actress Denise Van Outen at the launch of Robinsons Fruit Creations, a juice targeted at grown-ups.

Cai, who attends Ysgol Y Llys in Prestatyn and is fluent in Welsh, was invited to cast through the agency, Ology kids, whom he is registered with.

He then got a recall for London, was asked to be a back-up for the role, and headed to London to film at the launch event, which was entitled ‘Cordially Invited’.

His nan, Sheena Roberts, said: “Cai was a ‘sommelier’. He had to know all about the flavour pairings of the new Robinsons fruit creations. He loved meeting and chatting and having photographs taken with Denise and Mollie as well as some of the other celebrities who attended from Made in Chelsea and Towie. Cai is an extrovert and loves to chat.”

The new juice has been promoted with the hashtag - #RobinsonsForGrownUps

Sheena said Cai, who modelled Dr Martens after being spotted in Jonny Vegas’s arms at a Madness concert, loves being in front of the camera.

“He is a big ska [music] fan and has danced on stage with Madness three times,” she added.

“He has also done two children’s programmes, a BT advert and now Robinsons Fruit Creations.”

“He has a good social media following, which is monitored by his family.”

Cai has also been busy for charity recently, having undertaken a five-mile bike ride from the Nova Prestatyn to Rhyl harbour to raise more than £200 for Ronald McDonald House.

Accompanied by Chris Jones, a member of the Lon Las Loonies Cycling Club, He raised more than £200 for Ronald McDonald House.