Celebrity Prince William Receives Adorable Gifts for His Little Royals, Princess Charlotte and Prince George By Brandi Fowler Brandi Fowler Instagram Website In addition to her extensive fashion, lifestyle, and beauty coverage for InStyle, Brandi has worked as a writer and editor for E! Online, a fashion and lifestyle writer for Hello! US, an editor/on-camera host for AOL, contributing writer and red carpet correspondent for Variety and Cosmopolitan, and has also served as the Hollywood correspondent for Australia's 9News' TheFIX. Her editorial features can also be found on Vitruvi, MTV News, Madame Noire, Hello Beautiful and more covering fashion, beauty, lifestyle, travel, and entertainment news. Her articles have been syndicated by the likes of Health, Marie Claire, Essence, Shape, Yahoo!, People, and more. InStyle's editorial guidelines Updated on May 12, 2016 @ 08:30PM Pin Share Tweet Email Photo: Eamonn M. McCormack/Getty Images Little Prince George has already made it clear he has his own sense of style, so the gift dad Prince William just nabbed for him was fitting for a fashionable time splashing on a rainy London day. While the Duke of Cambridge visited the Royal National Lifeboat Institution Tower Lifeboat Station (RNLI) in London Thursday, he was all smiles as he was given two adorable gifts for his little ones. According to E! Online, William received a pair of yellow RNLI wellington boots for George and a teddy bear wearing a pink top for Princess Charlotte. The Royal Family Has a Hamster—Find Out His Cute Name The 33-year-old royal was also given a gift for himself—Nigel Millard's photography book Carriage on the Coast, which contained photos of RNLI craft. William's time at the Lifeboat Station wasn't just about gifts, though. The prince was on hand to launch a new coalition of front-line services to tackle the issue of male suicides. While he was there, he met with emergency services, police representatives, and officials from the charity Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM), which strives to prevent male suicide. In a post on Facebook, RNLI said it hoped the prince's efforts would prevent suicides in and around the water.