It seems like Kate Middleton and Prince William had to add a few carry-ons to their luggage.
Last year, the royal couple toured the world on their Diamond Jubilee Tour, and they picked up some srsly sweet swag in the process!
St. James's Palace has released a list of the things they got from each place they visited and it’s pretty impressive.
The gifts were all very sweet, especially since it seems like native families and individuals were largely to thank, not just ranking officials.
In Singapore, they received some books, handbags, jewelry, drawings from the kids, a handmade card, a teddy bear, candy, football shirt, a scrapbook, flowers, paper stars and tea service.
Malaysia offered them things like a traditional dagger, jacket, cufflinks, shoes, a traditional dress, makeup, a commemorative medal, south sea pearls, books, a painting, chili sauce and a wooden carving.
The Solomon Islands was where Kate had the mixup of wearing a traditional dress from elsewhere, which she received in addition to more clothing, jewelry, a model war canoe, commemorative coin, bamboo flutes, a carved figurine, a carved club, and a woven mat and basket.
Finally, the people of Tuvalu bestowed upon the royal duo things like a commemorative stamp album, handwoven fans, a model canoe, a woven basket, a neckerchief and lots of woven floor mats.
Wow! That’s a ton of stuff! We’re sure they treasure everything since it’s all so personal from the people who gave it to them.
And maybe their little baby can even use some of it, like the bamboo flutes! So fun!
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