Princess Charlotte is one lucky girl!
In commemoration of her christening on Sunday, July 5, the two-month-old royal has received a rare hand oil painting of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs — worth $200,000! — from a friend of her parents, Kate Middleton and Prince William.
The Snow White painting gifted to Charlotte. (Photo Credit: Stephen Cawston, Homarge Gallery)
The nearly seven-foot-long canvas — which is a replica of the original billboard for the 1937 Disney flick Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs — was privately commissioned for the princess by "someone very close to the family," according to Vanity Fair.
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The lavish painting — hand created by artist Stephen Cawston, who specializes in reproducing original movie posters — is currently being housed at London's Homarge Gallery and will be later delivered to Kensington Palace. The piece allegedly took more than one month to make and has a "twin" that is now on display at the gallery.
Kate, William, Prince George and Charlotte on July 5, 2015. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
“It’s an amazing painting and very original. The artist has totally captured the magic of the film. William and Kate are going to be absolutely thrilled when they receive it," a source told the magazine.
This artwork is likely one of the most expensive presents Charlotte received for her christening, as the royal family is known for giving especially frugal gifts to one another for special occasions. Prince Charles reportedly bequeathed his granddaughter a solid silver picture frame engraved with his insignia, while another member of the monarchy allegedly presented the little one with a silver pin personalized with her initials at her baptism.
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