Kate, 31, gave birth to the royal baby, who is third in line to ascend the British throne, on July 22. Kate and Prince William named their baby boy on July 24, according to the Palace. Since then, the royal couple’s home at Kensington Palace has been overwhelmed with presents received from well-wishers. The proud parents, however, insisted on receiving donations, rather than presents, but the three major political parties in UK ignored their plea.
British Prime Minister David Cameron, Labour leader Ed Miliband, and Liberal Democrats leader Nick Clegg all revealed their gifts they had sent to Kate and Prince William’s son on a weekly radio show.
Prime Minister David Cameron and his wife Samantha sent out a complete book-set of Roald Dahl, whose work include, George’s Marvellous Medicine, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Matilda, and The Witches and so on.
Ed Miliband gifted a 3-year-old apple tree, which is a traditional present for first-born son, according to the party’s spokesman.
Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg and his wife Miriam sent a big coffee bag to Kate and William to help them cope with fatigue caused by those sleepless nights taking care of their baby. The Cleggs also sent the royal baby hand-embroidered sheet made by nuns in Spain and a white cot cover.