During a Royal visit to Rhug Estate in Gwynedd, Wales, both the Duchess of Cornwall and Prince Charles were photographed holding a box of Plum organic baby food which had been gifted to them in preparation of the Royal birth for Prince William and Kate Middleton.
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The Royal couple were viewing the 12,500-acre estate (which is one of the UK’s leading organic food producers), happily accepted the hamper during their tour of the facilities.
UK chief executive at Plum, Scott Wotherspoon, commented: 'We were absolutely delighted that Rhug has chosen to present the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall with some Plum baby food in which the main ingredients came from the Rhug Estate.”
And whilst the world waits with baited breath on the third heir to the throne’s arrival it’s not just the UK who is said to be gifting extravagant presents to both Kate Middleton and Prince William's Royal baby. Kensington Palace has also confirmed that the Finnish government sent a baby box full of goodies to the expectant parents. The box is said to double as a crib whilst the contents included range from romper suits to bathing essentials and everything in between - something that is apparently given to all expectant mothers in Finland.
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The Duchess of Cambridge is of course due to give birth on the 12 July 2013 at the private Lindo Wing at St Mary’s Hospital, Paddington, where Prince William was also delivered in 1982, however recent reports suggests this may also be a doppelganger date – which is something Princess Diana also did with Prince William to help mislead the press.