During 2014, one lucky boy received seven times the number of gifts his great-grandmother was given—including a possum skin cloak, sheepskin boots, cap and gown, surfboard and skateboard.
He may only be 18-months-old but Prince George has already racked up some 774 presents during 2014 alone, with over 600 from his travels in Australia and New Zealand, last April.
Kensington Palace has published its official list of gifts that the royal family has received during their travels in 2014. Clearly the younger you are, the more presents you get, as Prince George received an array of gifts in Australia alone, including 121 clothing items and 219 games and toys.
The Queen may have only received a measly amount of gifts—just over 100—in comparison, however their value would have been considerably higher.
A silver box containing "soil from WWI battlefield" (Wellington Barracks), two "hand-crafted tribal arrows" (Society of Colonial Wars, Maryland) and a 3-D printed "Chess piece" (BAE Systems) were some of the 100+ gifts given to her Majesty, that were mentioned.
There are specific guidelines that the royal family should adhere to when accepting gifts, including what is classified as a personal gift—usually something worth under £150 ($229).
The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall received two sombreros, a snakeskin handbag and a pair of maracas.
An official Twitter account "@KensingtonPalace" was launched yesterday, allowing twitter fans to keep up-to-date with the goings-on with the royals Will and Kate, as well as Prince Harry.
The account already has over 101,000 followers, while more than 83,600 are following their newly released Instagram account.
The Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton isn't the only trendsetter when it comes to high street brands.
Prince George hit headlines whenever his latest fashion accessory is swept off the high-street shop shelves. In December 2014, clothing brand Cath Kidston were hurried off their feet restocking a £28 tank top—which featured images of the royal guards – that Prince George wore in the Royal Christmas photographs.
For any mothers who want to dress their child like a royal prince, a site called "What Prince George Wore" documents the official outfits he wears since last April, including Rachel Riley's £75 dungarees ($114) which he wore in on an Australia play-date.