Gifts following the birth of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's third baby
Published 23 April 2018
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are extremely grateful for the support and goodwill being expressed at this happy time. However, Their Royal Highnesses do not wish to encourage the sending of gifts to them on this occasion, and feel that any generosity of spirit felt by individuals should be directed to those more in need.
As such, they would be grateful if people wishing to give gifts look to provide their support in one of two ways:
(a) by donating to a children’s charity which is local to them (i.e. to the gift giver) as a way of marking the birth of Their Royal Highnesses' third child;
(b) by donating to Evelina London Children's Hospital:
Gifts from commercial organisations will not be accepted. They will be returned to the sender, unless the cost of shipping is too prohibitive, in which case the commercial gifts will be donated to an appropriate charity.
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