Prince George and Princess Charlotte
Prince George and Princess Charlotte are seen in this undated handout photo taken by the Duchess in mid-May at Anmer Hall in Norfolk and released by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on June 6, 2015. Reuters/Duchess of Cambridge/Handout via Reuters

Prince George and his baby sister, Princess Charlotte, have received early Christmas presents from well-wishers. Even their stylish mother, Kate Middleton, has not been left out in the gifts department. Prince Charles accepted a gift for his two-year-old grandson during a business summit on Wednesday.

Charles was gifted an ethical teddy bear – the From Babies with Love Bear.

The royal, who has a passion for the environment and conservation,sc would have approved of the toys for his grandson. The beanie-bottomed teddy is made from organic cotton, without the use of dyes, chemicals and pesticides, Hello reports.

The filling inside the teddy bear is made from recycled plastic drinks bottles to help sustain and protect the environment for future generations. The founder of From Babies with Love, Cecilia Crossley gave Charles the two teddies – one for George and one for Charlotte at the Business in the Community (BiTC) AGM & Annual Leadership Summit. Charles was attending the meeting in his capacity of president of Business in the Community.

“From Babies with Love donates 100 per cent of its profits to orphaned and abandoned children, and knowing of the Prince of Wales’ support for responsible business, I hope he enjoys giving the bears as gifts for his grandchildren,” said Cecilia, taking of the meeting with the future king as an “honour.”

Meanwhile Prince William also received early Christmas presents for his wife and daughter. He received the gifts on behalf of the United Nations backed international charity Football for Peace, during a day trip to Birmingham on Dec. 8. The 33-year-old royal was presented with two dolls Charlotte and Catherine, named after his daughter and wife made by Welsh company Bonnie & Pearl.

He was handed over the gifts by business brothers Satnam Sagoo and his brother Pally. The businessmen brothers company made the wardrobe and bed that went with the dolls, People reports. The dolls are priced at 80 pounds (AU$168.84).

During an official engagement to North Wales on Nov. 20, Kate was given knitted woollen sheeps for her kids, People reports. These included a one with a blue ribbon for George and one in pink for Charlotte.

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