The Ultimate Gift Guide For Prince George's Christening (Throne Not Included)

23 October 2013 by

GALLERY >> What We'd Buy Prince George

George’s nursery has a Beatrix Potter theme, so this poster – with the entire text from Peter Rabbit – would be perfect. Priced £44.99 [a href="">[/a]

You’re never too young for a bit of bling. For a luxury gift, how about this £130,000 Swarovski crystal Petit Bateau baby bath. [a href="">[/a]

It’s a favourite of celebrities including Miranda Kerr and Sandra Bullock. And this Sophie the Giraffe gift set (£18) will help George when the dreaded teething starts. [a href="">[/a]

Okay, so George is too young for chocolate. But Kate and Wills would love these mini truffles from the Queen’s chocolatier, Prestat. And at £2 a box, so would we if we’re honest... [a href="">[/a]

We know he won’t ever be catching the bus (rush hour and Royalty just don’t mix), but we thought George might like this one – priced £85 – to play with. Plus it’s designed by Dragons of Walton Street who created Prince William and Harry’s nurseries. [a href="">[/a]

This snuggly Musy Mate Lovey (£19.95) is from Aden + Anais – the company behind the swaddling blanket worn by Prince George during his first public appearance. [a href="">[/a]

Not many children have ACTUAL toys made of them. But then Prince George has already been named the most influential person in London. We reckon he’ll love this set, £8, from Early Learning Centre. [a href=",default,pd.html#q=royal%20baby">[/a]

Hmmmmm, what do you buy a Prince on his Christening day? While we’re sure Prince George is going to be spoiled by his godparents (maybe Zara will get him his first pony?), check out our round-up of the best gifts >>


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