Before you get too excited, I should tell you, the most interesting thing on here is Vegemite.
Prince Charles’ office just released a list of all the gifts that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge received during their travels in 2011. Most of it is hats, but there are a few other items.
Some highlights include: soap, sports jerseys, a sleeping bag, porcelain dolls, and mosquito traps. The fourteen page document included gifts from Canada, the United States, Australia and New Zealand. From Canada, they received shoes, game boards, a quilt, a dog toy, and a bottle of whiskey. The United States gave them a teddy bear, iPad, earrings, DVDs and some wine coasters. In Australia, the couple received a sleeping bag, wooden mantel clock and a papier-mâché doll. New Zealand gave them a hand towels, books, and an apron.
I don’t know what you get the couple that has everything, but I do know that it’s not anywhere on this list.
Meanwhile, Kate turned thirty on Monday, and to celebrate, she “had a quiet gathering with family and friends,” a Palace aide tells Us Weekly.
"The dinner was held within private quarters at one of the properties situated by their home at Kensington Palace."
The group dined on a multi-course meal that was prepared by one of Kate’s favorite chefs. You think it was Paula Deen? I think it was Paula Deen.