Britain’s Prince George’s pricey Christmas gift
Britain’s Prince George was reportedly gifted a £4,650 rocking Zebra for Christmas.
The 17-month-old son of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge was given the toy by his grandparents, the Duchess’ mother and father, Carole and Michael Middleton, according to the Daily Mail newspaper.
The rocking chair, which is covered in zebra stripes and built by Kent-based company Stevenson Brothers, is said to have been at the top of the young Prince’s Christmas list.
A source close to the family said: “A rocking horse has been on the Christmas list for some time.”
George is spending the festive period at Amner Hall, part of his grandmother Queen Elizabeth II’s Sandringham estate in Norfolk, with his parents and he joined the 88-year-old monarch and his grandfather Prince Philip for Christmas lunch at their residence on Christmas day.
The royal tot also unwrapped a toy car, a deluxe railway set and an illustrated book entitled ‘Happy Hooves Oh! Oh! Oh!’ by Anna bogie.