Kate Middleton and Prince William received nearly 200 gifts during their Diamond Jubilee tour
Kate Middleton and Prince William’s gift list from their Diamond Jubilee tours has been revealed by St James’s Palace.
The list of all the items given to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge during their 2012 tours shows the royal couple received 127 presents in total.
Kate was given a rather stylish helping hand courtesy of the Queen of Malaysia, who gave her six pairs of designer shoes.
In addition, Her Majesty Raja Permaisuri Agong gave Kate a leaving gift that also included two clutch bags and a traditional dress.
The Malaysian Prime Minster gave Kate a twin set of South Sea pearls while, keen not to be outdone, the President of Sinagpore gave her a shawl. She also had a Batik blouse and earrings from a member of the public when she visited the Solomon Islands.
Prince William wasn’t left out, although his wardrobe wasn’t lavished with the same attention, The King of Malaysia gave him a gold dagger, adding to the nearly 200 gifts the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge returned back to the UK with.
Other notable gifts were eight woven floor mats from the Polynesian island of Tuvala, bamboo flutes, baseball caps and sarongs from the Solomon Islands, and a teddy bear, two traditional children’s games, soft toys and six children’s drawings from Malaysia.
Prince Harry’s Diamond Jubilee gifts have also been revealed and they included a bottle of Cachaca liquor, a personalised number plate from members of the public in Brazil, as well as six Brazilian rugby shirts, a friendship bracelet and a block of amethyst quartz.
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