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Find out what presents Princess Charlotte received for her 1st birthday

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Princess Charlotte turned one on Monday, and her royal cuteness was gifted with presents to mark the occasion from all over the world.

The palace released a statement on her special day thanking everyone for their cards, letters and presents for the one year old. It read: "The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are incredibly grateful for all the letters, gifts and good wishes they have been fortunate to receive in the year since Princess Charlotte was born."


1 Princess Charlotte 5 © Photo: Twitter

The Duke and Duchess thanked well-wishers for Charlotte's gifts

President Barack Obama and his wife, First Lady Michelle Obama visited Princess Charlotte's home in April, and although the princess was fast asleep as the couple dined with her parents, they gifted her a jigsaw puzzle and a toy dog similar to the one they gave to Prince George when she was born in 2015.

Prime Minister David Cameron gave the Princess a copy of classic Hans Christian Andersen Fairy Tales, while the Prime Minister of Canada gave the royal a book along with a snowsuit and an incredible $100,000 donation in her honour to Immunize Canada, which promotes the understanding and use of vaccines recommended by the National Advisory Committee on Immunization.

Her aunt, Pippa Middleton gave her niece a very environmentally friendly gift, a set of biodegradable diapers made from natural mull cloth. However, the princess's grandad Prince Charles went with a more traditional approach, gifting his only granddaughter with a willow rattle made in Ireland.

princess charlotte 2 © Photo: Twitter

The Princess turned one on Monday

The Prime Minister of New Zealand gave Charlotte Stansborough woollen teddy bears, baby blankets and bootees, while the Australian government gave a similar present of a blanket made from Tasmanian merino wool.


The King and Queen of Bhutan treated both Princess Charlotte and Prince George to handmade coats during their parents' tour of the country, while President Xi Jinping of China gave the birthday girl a set of silk figurines during his visit to the UK in October.

The family have been celebrating Princess Charlotte's birthday at their home in Norfolk, which is also where Kate photographed her daughter for her official birthday photos.


The four pictures released to the public show the princess playing in the living room and garden of her Anmer Hall home while dressed in two adorable outfits; a pink dress and matching cardigan and a blue flower print dress with a white cardigan.

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