Prince William, Kate Middleton

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Hmm. Perhaps now we know why Prince William and Kate Middleton have been reportedly eyeing a 10-bedroom home.

After all, the royal couple did acquire quite a few gifts during their overseas tours in 2012, so they probably need a place to put all that stuff!

St. James's Palace today released the full list of items the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge received as they made their way around Singapore, Malaysia, Solomon Islands and Tuvalu.

And while the presents this time around weren't quite as quirky as the year before (caribou antler snow goggles?), the new swag was still pretty interesting nevertheless. Here's a sampling of what they made off with.

Singapore: Children's drawings, bag of produce, greeting cards, jewelry, silk scarf, tie, football shirt, books, tea service, chocolates, teddy bear, bag of paper stars, flowers and two dressing gown robes.

Malaysia: Cuff links, six pairs of shoes, two clutch bags, a traditional Malaysian dagger, toiletries, jacket, makeup, handbags, books, dolls, paintings, honey, woven basket, wooden carving, commemorative medal and chili sauce.

Solomon Islands: Polo shirts, jewelry, earrings, sarongs, necklace, carved figurine, woven mat, carved club, model war canoe and a pair of bamboo flutes.

Tuvalu: Commemorative stamp album, pair of handwoven fans, cotton neckerchiefs and several woven palm floor mats.

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