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ネックレス《Merci Maman》 ￡89
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初ネックレス 《Merci Maman》 ￡85
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Merci Maman's necklace worn in public by the Duchess of Cambridge. This necklace was offered to her after the birth of Prince George's birth in July 2013 and we are so proud to see her wearing it.
Kate's necklace features 3 charms suspended from a gold plated long chain: a mini heart engraved with W representing Prince William, a disc with her baby son's full name George Alexander Louis, and a sweet little boy charm."
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Us Weekly によると、
英国 《Silver Cross》 "Balmoral"
John Lewis' website
↓2013: The newest edition of the Silver Cross 'Balmoral,' the pram the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge reportedly purchased for Prince George.
John Lewis' website
If you want to transport your little one in true luxury and exquisite style then the Balmoral from Silver Cross is the ideal choice. This stunning pram is the perfect example of stately elegance and noble good looks, teamed with masterful engineering.
The steel bodied pram rides upon a C-spring chassis which is cushioned with leather suspension straps and chrome spoked wheels, ensuring the pram glides along the ground seamlessly. Featuring a lever operated brake and a wooden handle with a high gloss finish.
Expertly handmade in Yorkshire, the Balmoral is the ultimate classic pram with beautiful detailing including hand painted body, hand stitched fabrics and finished in a high-gloss. The pram comes complete with a reclining hood, matching protective apron, leather harness and a chrome shopping basket.
The Silver Cross Balmoral comes complete with a 2 year warranty.
In 1877 inventor William Wilson created Silver Cross because of a lack of suitable buggies for his own children. He opened a small workshop on Silver Cross Street in Leeds, where he grew the business with the help of his three sons.
In 1913 it became the official royal pram, and a special edition was created and sent to George VI for Princess Elizabeth, who is now Queen.
After moving to larger premises, an old silk factory in Guiseley, it has grown to a worldwide brand, with more than 10 million parents having bought one in more than 50 countries.
According to Silver Cross's website,
"The hand crafted Balmoral glides on a C-spring chassis cushioned by leather suspension straps to create the famous Silver Cross ride.
The luxurious finish features a hand painted body and hand stitched fabrics with chrome chassis, wheels and shopping basket.
New for 2013, the Balmoral now comes with a host of extra features for even more luxury. There's a deep padded foam mattress with a lovely white pique cover, a removable quilted cotton pram liner, an after care kit with cloth, brush, spanner and care guide, and a certificate of authenticity."
The luxury stroller retails at UK department store John Lewis for £1,450.
The heritage brand has been designing baby carriages since 1877 and has a strong connection with the British royal family.
The Queen herself was pushed around in a Silver Cross pram as a baby, as were Prince Charles and Princess Diana. As parents, they followed suit and chose the Yorkshire brand for sons Prince William and Prince Harry.
The company was granted the royal seal of approval in the 1900s and since then has given classic coach prams names such as Balmoral and Kensington.
↓1963: Prince William's mother Diana, later Princess of Wales, sat in her Silver Cross pram in the grounds of Althorp in Northamptonshire.
↓1965: Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip with their children, Prince Charles, Princess Anne, Prince Andrew, and Prince Edward in his Silver Cross pram.
↓1952: Looking round to call one of his mother's Corgis, a young Prince Charles is walked to Clarence House in his Silver Cross pram
↓1927: Queen Elizabeth II is pushed in her Silver Cross pram followed by Queen Mary, the Queen Mother, King George V and her father King George VI through the grounds of Balmoral
《ピッパ ⇒ ジョージ王子 ☆ クリスチャンギフト》
@ 《Wrightson and Platt》 a small London company
. Pippa may have taken her inspiration from one of Prince George’s ancestors. In the mid-1880s, Queen Victoria commissioned a sculptor to carve her nine children’s hands, feet and limbs in alabaster.
To create the molds, the 3-month old future king would have had his hands and feet placed in a jelly-like mixture made of water and a seaweed-based powder.The process takes only 30 seconds – but as any mother can testify, that’s a long time for a wriggling newborn to sit still. It is not know if Kate and William were aware of the gift in advance.
Prices start at £1,900 for a pair of bronze hands and feet. For solid silver – the traditional christening metal – buyers can pay upwards of £6,200, depending on the size of the child and the engravings. It costs at least £3,000 for a pair of feet and £3,200 for the hands. It is believed Pippa may have spent as much as £7,000.
Ten facts about the royal christening25 OCTOBER 2013 Prince George's christening was a careful balancing act between the old and new. Just as they have done in the past Prince William and Kate chose to respect tradition while bringing in their own personal touches.
Here are ten facts on how they managed it.
1. Prince George was baptised with the 17in-high silver gilt Lily Font, made for Queen Victoria's children, which is usually kept under guard with the Crown Jewels.
2. Water from the Jordan, where Christ was baptised by John the Baptist, was used. The archbishop made the sign of the cross and trickled water on his head three times to symbolise the Holy Trinity.
3. Baby George wore a replica of the royal family's 172-year-old robe.
4. The Duke and Duchess chose the hymns Breathe on Me, Breath of God and Be Thou My Vision. The latter was sung at the memorial service for the 10th anniversary of the death of Diana, Princess of Wales.
5. The venue – the Chapel Royal in St James's Palace – also paid a subtle tribute to William's late mother. It was here that her coffin lay at rest on the eve of her funeral in 1997. Previous members of the family have been baptised at Buckingham Palace.
6. Proud mum Kate wore Alexander McQueen, the same label that created her wedding gown.
7. The official photos brought together four generations of the royal family in the same image – the first time this has happened since 1894 when 80-year-old Queen Victoria posed with three of her heirs.
8. The Cabinet's christening gift to Prince George was a hand-crafted pine toy box made by Hibba Toys UK of Leeds. Ministers also made a charitable donation to the Royal Foundation of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry.
9. The Queen wore a brooch to the christening given to her by her parents, George VI and the Queen Mother, which marked the birth of Prince Charles in 1948. The brooch, made of rubies, diamonds and sapphires, is in the shape of a basket of flowers.
10. As godparents Willliam and Kate chose one relative, his cousin Zara Phillips, three personal friends of theirs from childhood or university, a trusted aide, and two family friends with connections to Princess Diana.
This is a complete break with tradition as in the past a future King would have had other royals, often from foreign countries, and aristocrats as mentors.
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”Cleopatra Tobacco Cashmere Bell Sleeve Fitted Shift Dress” £470
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