Prince George and Princess Charlotte are adorable kids, while their visiting Canada last year the royal offsprings were given more than 150 presents. It is pretty much but it is true, 3-year-old George and 1-year-old Charlotte just charmed the Canadians.
Kate Middleton and William have two adorable kids who given more than hundreds presents during their visit to Canada. Justin Trudeau, the Prime minister of Canada, personally met the British royal Cambridge family last September.
The gifts, which received George and Charlotte in Canada, included miniature ice hockey sticks, soft toys and many books. Everything from life jackets to magnets, raincoats, shoes, hair clips, a preserved rose and even aviation jackets were given to the Prince and Princess.
The children were the star attraction but their parents also fared well, receiving more than 130 gifts between them in Canada, including nine packets of cereal, two tins of salmon, a quilted wall hanging and even USB sticks.
Prince George and Princess Charlotte arrived in Canada, September 2016
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The Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau presented George and Charlotte a candlestick holder, and the Premier of British Columbia Christy Clark gave royal kids a paddle, woollen throw and a guitar.
The royal offsprings received a lot of other small presents, while their parents also received many gifts when they travelled to India and Bhutan. The Duchess of Cambridge received a necklace from Queen Jetsun Pema of Bhutan and the couple gifted a book, two photographs, an embroidered shawl in a decorative box and a lotus deepam – candle holder – from Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
According to the protocol requirements, all the gifts were revealed today as Buckingham Palace, Clarence House and Kensington Palace published full lists of presents received by royals throughout 2016.