Prince Harry


Prince Harry and Prince Charles had a busy year traipsing around the globe and meeting with diplomats.

The father and son managed to pick up several souvenirs during their travels, ranging from gift cards to personalized stationary (and literally almost everything in between).

The palace released details regarding each gift that was bestowed upon members of the royal family, excluding Prince William and Kate Middleton as they didn't travel overseas during the specific time frame under review.

So what did the royal ginger and his dad bring home from their trips in 2013? Let's have a look at some of the more random items on the list:

Back in October, the 29-year-old became the proud owner of a bottle of whiskey and an engraved hip flask from the Commanding Officer of the Australia Special Air Service Regiment.

Harry visited Down Under early in the month, before heading to Dubai for several days.

He also received several clothing items and accessories—like sunglasses, military goggles, a baseball cap, T-shirt and tie—from the same officer.

The rugged royal also received a brown leather flying jacket from none other than first lady Michelle Obama. How nice!

Prince Charles


It looks like Prince Charles was on the receiving end of several more items, however.

The Prince of Wales got 12 bottles of olive oil from Princess Alia bint Al Hussein during a trip to Jordan.

He also received 18 bottles of perfume from an unidentified individual, and three more bottles of fragrance from the Speaker of Majilis Al-Shura while he traveled through the Middle East.

Prince Charles also was gifted a baby's racing car during his visit to the Williams Formula 1 Technology Centre, presumably for little Prince George!

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