As Prince Harry continues to charm his way round New Zealand, the newest member of the royal family is very much in the minds of well-wishers. He was given a children's book for Princess Charlotte while her brother George received wellington boots. The presents from the University of Canterbury in Christchurch were pictured on Kensington Palace's Instagram. In another cheeky gesture the gift basket also included some 'Prince Harry' ginger beer for the red-headed royal. CLICK ON PHOTOS FOR FULL GALLERY Casual after workout in @crusadersrugby gym with @ryan_crotty - H pic.twitter.com/Euf0SHEtpF — Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) Mayo 12, 2015 Harry will almost certainly be
The Queen took immediate action to ensure that one of her loyal footmen, David Grimson, was awarded with his long-service medals after learning that he had not long left to live. David, 48, had worked at Buckingham Palace for 20 years, but after being diagnosed with inoperable cancer believed he might never live to receive the Royal Victoria Medal and the Long and Faithful Service Medal. However, when the Queen was told that David, who had contracted pneumonia, was close to death at London's Royal Brompton Hospital, she ordered that the medals by issued "with immediate effect", the Daily Express
Prince Harry spotted a familiar face in the crowd as he arrived in Christchurch on the fourth day of his New Zealand tour. Vicky McBratley, Harry's matron during his time at Ludgrove School, was among those who braved the rain to see the Prince, and presented him with a collection of photos of him and his friends. "My goodness, I remember you!" the royal said as he spotted Vicky. "Long time no see!" He then leaned in to give her a kiss on the cheek, telling Vicky it's "so nice to see you again". CLICK ON PHOTOS TO ENLARGE Prince Harry greets
Looks like Kate Middleton and Prince William need to make room in the nurseries for more gifts! As Prince Harry is charming his way around New Zealand, the royal has been graciously accepting gifts that include children's books and boots for his niece and nephew. The presents for Princess Charlotte and Prince George from the University of Canterbury in Christchurch were pictured on Kensington Palace's Instagram. In another cheeky gesture, the gift basket also included some "Prince Harry" ginger beer for the red-headed royal. https://www.hellomagazine.com/tags/princess-charlotte/ Thank you to the University of Canterbury for Prince Harry's gift, which included some 'Prince Harry'