Prince George's Birthday Gifts From President Obama Revealed
A new exhibit will show off the lavish gifts from the President to George.
— -- Ever wonder what President Obama got Prince George when he was born?
This weekend, the Buckingham Palace children's exhibit will answer that question and more.
President Barack Obama sent the son of Kate Middleton and Prince William a blue alpaca wool baby blanket shortly after his birth last year on July 22, according to the Palace.
George, who turned 1 earlier this week, was also sent a handmade rocking horse with the presidential seal on its saddle, and a polo mallet with a head made from the branch of an oak tree that once stood on the south lawn of the White House.
These lavish gifts will be on display at the Palace for the “Royal Childhood” exhibit, which opens Saturday and lasts for eight weeks. It is a yearly tradition that starts with the Queen leaving for Balmoral Castle in Scotland.
While the Queen is on holiday, visitors can come into the palace and tour the exhibit.