Prince William Gets Early Christmas Gifts for the Princesses In His Life (PHOTOS)

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While Prince William was at a charity event, he was given two delightful Christmas gifts for his two Princesses -- wife Kate and daughter Charlotte. The gifts were darling Bonnie & Pearl dolls with Royal names.

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Will was at the Football for Peace charity event along with brothers Satnam and Pally Sagoo of the doll company Bonnie & Pearl. The brothers gifted him with these sweet look-a-like dolls that retail for $125. They are named after the Princesses.

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The Charlotte Doll has brown eyes and is described as loving adventures, animals, and horseback riding. She sounds like my 6-year-old! While Princess Charlotte is only 7 months old, I think we can take a guess that this may certainly describe her in a few years.

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The Catherine Doll is known for being stylish (of course) and is strong minded and determined. She is dressed the same as Charlotte with the same hair but has blue eyes. Kate will most likely give her doll to Charlotte to play with ... once she's old enough to play with these 19 inch dolls.

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Okay, okay -- I know they look and are dressed exactly alike, just with different eye colors -- maybe they should be a little different? Eh, still love them. Mum and daughter dolls -- like twins!

Since all things involving this Royal family becomes a hot ticket item, I hope Bonnie & Pearl will be able to keep up with demand. Knowing this is something the littlest Princess possesses is going to make it a must-have for all the little ones dreaming of being royalty as well. I bet this doll sells even more than Sofia the First, who of course isn't named after a "real" Princess. But don't tell my daughter that -- the Charlotte and Catherine dolls are a bit too pricey for me.

 

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