Kate Middleton has opened her home to some special royal baby gifts from Parliament
Kate Middleton and Prince George have been enjoying some special baby gifts from three very wise men, Parliament revealed yesterday.
David Cameron, Nick Clegg and Ed Milliband have revealed the gifts they felt were fit for a Prince, sent to congratulate The Duke and Duchess on their first son’s birth.
Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg was the first to proudly announce that he had bought a traditional and a practical gift for the young family by sending a beautifully embroidered blanket from Spain and… a healthy supply of coffee.
Speaking to LBC yesterday, he said: ‘We have thrown in with the gift a large bag of our favourite coffee because, as parents of young boys, we know you need coffee when you are coping with little boys.’
In response to Prince William’s declaration that Prince George had a ‘good pair of lungs on him’ outside The Lindo Wing following his birth, Nick and his wife Miriam chose to cater to the new parents’ fatigue.
Advisors of 10 Downing Street later revealed that Prime Minister David Cameron had gifted Prince George a collection of Roald Dahl books.
We can imagine Prince William enjoying these at storytime in the royal household.
Finally, Ed Milliband sent a ready-to-plant Apple Tree, which will suit the 60 acres of land on the couple’s rural Anmar Hall estate in Norfolk where they’re due to move Prince George in the coming weeks.
Luckily we know the Prince has at least one teddy bear however, as Prince Charles agreed to pass on a £10 note to the happy couple, from a jubilant royalist the day after his grandson’s birth.
Expecting to be inundated with gifts for their son, Kate and William asked that the public make donations to charity in Prince George’s honour, instead of sending wasteful gifts.
We expect that Prince George will have everything he ever needs from his lovely mum and dad.