Michelle Obama Gave Prince Harry a Jacket, Australia Gave Him a Flask

Jan 16, 2014 3:03pm
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Prince Harry speaks with First Lady Michelle Obama during the first day of his visit to the United States, May 9, 2013 in Washington, DC. (John Stillwell/WPA Pool/Getty Images)

Prince Harry’s had a pretty good year, traveling ’round the world visiting countries that are/were/could one day be part of his kingdom (Australia, the United States and Antarctica, for example). Michelle Obama gave the royal a brown leather jacket when he stopped by earlier this year, which is cool enough, but Australia gave the Prince whiskey and a flask, which is, all told, considerably cooler. Check out what else he got, according to records just released by Buckingham Palace.

The First Lady of The United States: Brown leather flying jacket
The Governor of New Jersey: Fleece jacket, book and a bronze commemorative medal
The Executive Director, Harlem RBI (a nonprofit youth development program): Harlem RBI baseball shirt and two autographed baseballs
USA Judo Team: Towel, two polo shirts and three T-shirts
Arlington National Cemetery: Commemorative photograph and certificate, book and a commemorative medal
Superintendent, The U.S. Air Force Academy: Football kit bag, three T-shirts, two pairs of shorts, American football shirt and falconry glove
USA Swimming Team: Blue duffle bag, pair of swimming shorts, pair of swimming goggles, swimming cap, golf balls and two novelty key rings
The Head of Sports Recovery, Help for Heroes: Rucksack, T-shirt, wristband and a commemorative medal
The Chief of Paralympics and Secretary General, United States Olympic Committee: Two Warrior Games sports kits
The Mayor of Seaside Heights: Engraved ballpoint pen
Commanding Officer, The Australia Special Air Service Regiment: Bottle of whiskey, engraved hip flask, pair of military goggles, pair of sunglasses, baseball cap, T-shirt, tie, two cup holders and a selection of photographs

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