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Princess Charlotte's gift from security guards

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Prince William and Duchess Catherine and children: Prince George, Prince William, Duchess Catherine and Princess Charlotte © Bang Showbiz Prince George, Prince William, Duchess Catherine and Princess Charlotte

Princess Charlotte's bodyguards have purchased a Christmas present for the royal tot.

The team at Kensington Palace decided to get a framed print, which starts off with the text, Princess Charlotte, The Day You Were Born and contains details about her birth including her weight and her birthstone, which is Taurus as Charlotte, 19-months, was born in May.

The unique gift, which cost around £55, was designed by Lucy Tapper and she received a letter of thanks from Charlotte's parents, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge - who also have three-year-old son Prince George - via their office

Lucy told The Sun newspaper: "It's very exciting to know that our print will be hanging on Princess Charlotte's nursery wall.

"We can't quite say it's by royal appointment but it is pretty close.

"We received an order from the security team at Kensington Palace for a Day You Were Born print as a gift for Princess Charlotte.

"We sent the print, along with a card and we received a letter of thanks from the office of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge."

This year William and Catherine will join the Queen at Sandringham for the festive period.

And while George and Charlotte will be spoiled with gifts by friends and family, William recently said he wants to teach his children that it is the simpler things in life that are more important.

He recently said: "The materialism of the world I find tricky sometimes. I would like George and Charlotte to grow up being a little bit more simple in their approach and their outlook. I would like them to grow up with more simple aspirations."

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