Michelle Obama offered gifts to Prince George and Charlotte

Michelle Obama arrived to meet Prince Harry at Kensington Palace yesterday. The US First Lady offered gifts for Prince George and six-week-old Princess Charlotte. Michelle Obama gave 6-week-old Charlotte an American-made Amish rocking chair and a personalized Alpaca baby blanket. As for George, The first lady brought him a red American-made children's wagon also known as a Berlin Flyer P-Wee Wagon.
Prince George and six-week-old Princess Charlotte
Prince George and six-week-old Princess Charlotte
Prince George and six-week-old Princess Charlotte
Prince George and six-week-old Princess Charlotte

6 comments:

  1. Yeah, she's Amish and the USA is crawling with alpacas.However, nice of her to take girts, I'm sure she paid for them out of her own pocket.

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  2. And she took her mother and her daughters, nice vacation Mich! paid from her own pocket indeed lol

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  3. I see the wing nuts have invaded the royalty blogs now. And rather than acknowledging that First Lady Michelle presented gifts to Prince George and Princess Charlotte which reflect some of the cultural history of America, the bitter betty's had to reflect their childishness and lack of knowledge. So sad, and so pathetic.

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    1. I agree. The reactions on my site make me wonder if people are stupid or just don't have a real life.

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    2. Agreed, people have no problems with idiots like Britney Spears, trashy rappers or bankers earning and millions of dollars for working just as hard as the average joe with a demanding job. Yet, when their head of state, the person who represents them, has a flight ticket that is paid for and buys an American gift for the prince of England they are outraged? Seriously if you split the cost between 300 millions Americans, how much of that did the complainers on here really pay? Less than the amount that is currently between your sofa cushions. People need to get their priorities straight.

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  4. Who cares!

    Fact of life, all Politicians and their families holiday on the Tax Payers dollar, family members always tag along. as do Royals! They should all be forced to tighten the belts, but it won't happen.

    For goodness sake, Australia pays for our own Head of State to Visit, and then we present her with Gifts - whats up with that? She should visit anyway, at her expense, because she is the Head of State! The Head of the Commonwealth! And she is loaded!

    As for the gifts, apart from a select few, most gifts given to all Royals don't get used. Yes the Queens wears some beautiful brooches and tiaras that were gifts, but I reckon there would be a hell of a lot of stuff that she has received over the years that just doesn't get used. What an enormous waste of money! All paid for by Governments who are funded by Tax payers.

    Sophie wore a dress to the latest Royal wedding that was a gift, but have we seen the jewels that she was given a couple of years ago on a tour that caused a lot of fuss. I could be wrong, but I don't think so.

    As for William and Catherine, whether or not these latest gifts will be used, who knows, and really who cares, remember it is meant to be the thought that counts. I doubt the countless other gifts that they received on the birth of Prince George and Princess Charlotte have been used, and I doubt they ever will. Have they just been stored away, or have they been given to charity?

    I haven't seen either Prince William or the Duchess of Cambridge sporting the diamond encrusted Polar Bears they received in Canada. Has anyone else? As far as I am concerned that is a perfectly good waste of diamonds! But again, it is just a gesture, a token, because that is what Governments do, and they don't really care, because they are spending the tax dollar not their own.

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