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January 14, 2016

If the royal family ever needs a sprinkling of fairy dust they needn't look far–Prince Charles already has a packet of the stuff!

The Prince of Wales, 67, was given the unusual memento by a well-wisher during his November royal tour in New Zealand trip.

The quirky gift was one of hundreds of items listed by Buckingham Palace on Wednesday when they released the official rundown of keepsakes that the royal family received in 2015.

Baby booties and a poncho for Princess Charlotte, and a woolen vest top for Prince George were also handed over to grandparents Charles and wife Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, in New Zealand, as well as an organic wool hat, a vest and blanket for Charlotte.

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In June, Queen Elizabeth II received a marzipan model of Berlin's Brandenburg Gate from the German President Joachim Gauk during her visit to the European country alongside Prince Philip.

Prince William came home from his February tour of Japan with a model of a train, four rugby shirts and five origami birds. Soft toys for George (Charlotte hadn’t been born yet) and two cashmere wraps for Princess Kate were also in his bags.

During his stop in China that same month, the Duke of Cambridge was given two toy telephones, packs of cards and a pair of pajamas, among other things for George.

And First Lady Michelle Obama sent the Queen, 89, a gift box including a jar of honey butter from the White House Kitchen Garden and a limited edition sterling silver honeycomb and bee bud vase by Tiffany.

And Prince Harry wasn't left out of the gifting fun – when he visited Lesotho and South Africa in December he came back with rugby shirts and booties for Charlotte.

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