Revealed: Prince William and Kate Middleton receive this first royal baby gift
THE Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have received their first baby gift ahead of the birth of their third child.
Prince William was visiting the Spitalfields Crypt Trust in London yesterday when he was given the present of three hand-carved wooden owls.
The owls – one each for Prince George, Princess Charlotte and the new baby – were made by students at the Restoration Station.
The charity project aims to provide support and training for people who have been homeless and have suffered from addiction problems.
Wills described the unique gifts as “very nice” and thanked all the people who had a hand in making them.
He Spitalfield’s Crypt Trust’s Director of Services, Sheona Alexander, told Hello: “We thought it would be nice to give three owls, so a, there was no fighting amongst the kids!
“And b, it follows a whole story for someone from the very start of their journey to then becoming a trainee within Restoration Station.”
William and Kate were forced to announce they are expecting their third child after severe morning sickness forced the Duchess to pull out of a number of engagements.
Since then, speculation has been rife about whether they are expecting a boy or a girl.
And royal fans think they may have been given a big clue that the baby is a boy.
According to an old wives’ tale, pregnancy cravings for spicy food suggests the newborn will be male – and sources have said Kate can’t stop eating tongue-tingling dishes.
Source: DAILYSTAR CO UK
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