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Prince George Gets Nearly 800 Gifts In One Year (Yes, Really)

15/01/2015 14:31 | Updated 20 May 2015

We know he received a zebra-print rocking horse from his grandparents, and a train set from mum and dad for Christmas - but Prince George got A LOT more than that over the course of 2014. Um, almost 800 presents in fact.

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Kensington Palace released a gift list on Wednesday, letting us all in on what the royals received last year. And Prince George got by far the most.

The little prince was given 603 presents in Australia alone. He accompanied the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on the royal trip Down Under back in April.

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While there, the lucky tot got 121 pieces of clothing, 120 books, 18 bits of sporting equipment, 219 toys, including a wombat and a bilby, and three paintings, among other things.

According to the Daily Mail, a possum skin cloak from the Gundungurra Tribal Council Aboriginal Corporation was one of the more unusual items, and he also got a decorated kangaroo skin.

So What Happens To All Of Prince George's Presents?

Many of the presents were passed to mum and dad first, including a surfboard and a skateboard.

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Over in New Zealand, the baby royal was given 120 gifts, among them a bike and his very own miniature amphibious boat.

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More recently, in December, William and Kate took a trip to New York, and were given books, an academic gown, and cuddly toys, including one from President Obama.

Other members of the family, including Prince Charles and Prince Harry, were also given a host of gifts to pass on to the youngster.

Well, at least he'll NEVER get bored.

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