Carole Middleton


Princess Charlotte may have a few special gifts coming her way!

Over the weekend, Kate Middleton's mom Carole Middleton stepped out to do a little shopping for her beloved granddaughter. From the looks of things, grandma definitely spoiled her youngest family member.

In pictures obtained exclusively by E! News, Carole traveled to Kings Road where she stopped in a variety of kid-friendly stores including Trotters Childrenswear.

While her final purchases remain a mystery, we couldn't help but spy Carole checking out the sweaters and dresses near the front of the store. She would later leave with a large shopping bag from the family-owned business that promises "top to toe" fashion for children. 

Carole Middleton


As it turns out, Prince William's mother-in-law wasn't done shopping just yet. The 60-year-old was also spotted carrying a Russell & Bromley bag suggesting she may have treated herself to a nice new outfit.

There's no question that Carole has been a strong presence in both of her grandchildren's life. Whether attending Princess Charlotte's christening or helping care for Prince George when Kate was a new mom, the proud grandma loves spending time with her extended family.

Speaking of children, Prince William recently expressed his fears about his kids growing up without a few special animals. 

Carole Middleton


In an op-ed published Sunday in the U.K.'s Financial Times, the proud dad expressed his concerns about a few endangered species that need our attention. 

"I cannot imagine what it would feel like if the last elephant or rhinoceros in the wild died," he wrote. "And I then had to explain to my children how we let it happen."

He added, "This is a battle we can win. And given the importance of this issue to our global collective confidence, we really cannot afford to fail."

Find out how the stars align for Princess Charlotte in the video below.

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