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Prince George's Christening Present From MPs Is A Bit Of A Struggle

14/08/2014 16:33 | Updated 22 May 2015

What to buy the new royal baby for his christening present? That's the question facing MPs at the moment.

So far they've come up with a cricket bat, a tennis racket, a rugby ball or a coat of arms according to the Express. Pretty rubbish if you ask us. We'd expect something Tom Ford branded to be in there if we were the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.

mps struggle to pick a christening gift for prince george

The House of Commons is to congratulate Kate Middleton and Prince William on the birth of their son during a "humble" address next Monday. What does that even mean? We still can't get our heads round all the royal gobbledegook.

Conservative Sir Tony Baldry asked MPs to be given the opportunity to offer a present to mark the future King's christening.

Speaker Of The House, John Bercow suggested a tennis racket (rubbish), while other ideas included a rugby ball (boring) and a racing bike.

Clearly MPs are totally crap at gift buying, and if Team MyDaily had the opportunity to buy little PG a present the shopping list would include, a Tom Ford suit (timeless, darling!), a yacht (we're not sure where we're getting this money from) and Scalextric (we'd challenge him to a game when he's older).

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