Prince William and Kate Middleton's adorable daughter turned one on Monday, and naturally, everyone helped celebrate the big milestone. Kensington Palace revealed just some of the gifts Charlotte has received from world leaders, including two from President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama.
During the Obamas' visit to the UK last week -- when they enjoyed a cozy private dinner with Will, Kate, and Prince Harry -- the couple gave Princess Charlotte a jigsaw puzzle and a "Bo" teddy bear, paying tribute to their beloved Portuguese Water Dog, Bo. The stuffed animal matches the one they previously gave to her older brother, Prince George.
Other thoughtful gifts include Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's presents of a snowsuit, a book, and a $100,000 donation to Immunize Canada, a coalition promoting the understanding and use of recommended vaccines.
Will and Kate were also given gifts for Charlotte during official state visits throughout the year, including a silver rattle from the President of Mexico, Enrique Peña Nieto, and his wife, Señora Angélica Rivera, last March. During Chinese president Xi Jinping's visit last October, Charlotte was given a set of silk figurines, depicting the traditional Chinese novel, Dream of the Red Chamber.
Prince Harry was also given gifts to pass along to his niece during his own official visits, such as a New Zealand Rugby sleepsuit and Wellington Rugby snowsuit during his tour of the country last May. In addition, the Prime Minister of New Zealand gave a selection of teddy bears, baby blankets and bootees, all made from Stansborough wool.
Gifts and letters for Charlotte have been received from 64 countries around the world, from Armenia to Zambia, Kensington Palace revealed on Monday.
"The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are incredibly grateful for all the letters, gifts and good wishes they have been fortunate to receive in the year since Princess Charlotte was born," the statement reads.