Christmas has come early for the royal family! This week the Duchess of Cambridge and her children Prince George and Princess Charlotte have received gifts from well-wishers, including a set of adorable personalised dolls for Kate and her daughter.
The custom-made Bonnie & Pearl dolls, which are aptly named Catherine and Charlotte, were given to Prince William while he was on an engagement in Birmingham.
The two dark-haired dolls stand tall at 19 inches, one with blue eyes and the other with brown eyes. Both are available to purchase on the Welsh company's website for £80 each.
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Prince William received two dolls for his wife Kate and daughter Charlotte
The Charlotte doll is described as having "the world at her feet" and is "outgoing and adventurous". In her spare time she likes to explore or go horse-riding and "her biggest passion in life is animals".
Meanwhile, the Catherine doll believes "that anything is possible" and is "strong minded and determined". Her biggest passion is maths and she "loves to solve tricky sums".
William, 33, looked thrilled to receive the gifts for his wife and daughter, which were given to him on behalf of the international charity Football for Peace while he was visiting the organisation.
The Charlotte doll is described as "outgoing and adventurous" while the Catherine doll believes "that anything is possible"
As for his son, Prince George hasn't been left out in the gifts department. On Wednesday Prince Charles accepted a gift for his two-year-old grandson during a business summit.
Charles was presented with an ethical teddy bear – the From Babies with Love Bear. The green-fingered royal and conservationist will certainly have approved of the toys.
Made from organic cotton, the cuddly, beanie-bottomed bear, which is priced £18 and available from Boots, has been created without the use of dyes, chemicals and pesticides and the soft, squidgy filling is made from recycled plastic drinks bottles to help sustain and protect the environment for future generations.
Prince Charles also received ethical teddy bears for his grandchildren George and Charlotte
Cecilia Crossley, the founder of From Babies with Love, gave Charles the two teddies – one for George and one for Charlotte – at the Business in the Community (BiTC) AGM & Annual Leadership Summit. Charles was attending in his capacity of President of Business in the Community.
Calling the meeting with the future King an "honour", Cecilia said: "From Babies with Love donates 100 per cent of its profits to orphaned and abandoned children, and knowing of the Prince of Wales' support for responsible business, I hope he enjoys giving the bears as gifts for his grandchildren."