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Prince George turns one today (July 22), but over the past 12 months, the adorable tot has been the recipient of countless gifts, the majority of which he won't be able to use for years!
People magazine put together a list of George's wackiest presents, which included a field full of flowers (yes, an entire field — though they thankfully weren't all delivered to Kensington Palace!) and a baby crocodile that was hatched on the day Kate Middleton announced she was pregnant.
But the list is missing a few notable trinkets! Scroll down to see more of the prince's crazy loot, coming from 48 different countries:
A giant stuffed wombat – a gift from Australia's Governor General, Sir Peter Cosgrove: George was handed this stuffed animal directly during his first official tour.
Silver casts of his hands and feet — from aunt, Pippa Middleton: the royal sister-in-law reportedly spent nearly $12,000 to have the casts engraved with George's name and date of birth.
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- A baby-sized cycling jersey with HRH Prince George printed on the back — from Avanti founder, John Struthers: William and Kate accepted the gift during their tour of New Zealand last April.
A crash helmet lined with possum fur — from Avanti founder, John Struthers: Not your everyday child's helmet!
Limited-Edition £5 silver coin in George's honor — The Royal Mint calls it the "nation's gift."