This makes for enchanting reading at bedtime. It tells the story of a child who has lost her name, and sets off on an adventure to find it. Along the way she meets all kinds of magical characters and each one gives her a letter for her name. At the end, it’s revealed to be your baby’s name. Sob!
Start a charm bracelet for your princess now and she’ll cherish it forever. These are by Clogau, made from silver with a touch of the same rare Welsh gold that’s used in the Royal Family’s wedding rings.
Turn this adorable money box around and the horses move up and down! There’s space for a 60-word message to be engraved. The perfect traditional gift.
Violet teddy bear in Liberty print dress (£128, steiff.com)
It doesn’t get much more Royal than a Steiff teddy bear wearing a dress from Liberty. The price is a bit yikes but it’s a family heirloom in the making.
The Princess recently took a starring role in HRH The Queen‘s 90th birthday offical photo, sitting proudly on her great-grandmother’s knee. The Queen is surrounded by her two youngest grandchildren and her five great-grandchildren.
Last year, a selection of adorable photos of Princess Charlotte were released by Kensington Palace, taken by her mum, the Duchess of Cambridge. In those photos, we fell in love with the tiny Princess, playing with a cuddly dog and wearing her now-trademark outfit of a Liberty-print dress and cosy cardigan.
There’s nothing quite as satisfying as a happily sleeping baby. After hours (or what feels like it) trying to soothe them, when they finally drift off and silence reigns once again there’s something rewarding in peeking through the door, or checking your baby monitor and seeing your baby sound asleep.
The latest model to join the Out ‘n’ About range is the new GT pushchair. A good one for cruising around town or casually strolling down those country park roads, the GT has been designed with both the parent and child in mind.