Royal baby exhibition opens at Museum of London


2015-06-26 13:22:41


Royal baby exhibition opens at Museum of London

To mark the birth of the royal baby, the Museum of London celebrates with a special exhibition

A special exhibition celebrating royal babies past and present has been opened at the Museum of London to mark the birth of HRH Prince of Cambridge.

Royal baby exhibition show Museum of LondonA tiny boot that belonged to King Edward VII

Entitled A Royal Arrival, the small display showcases baby clothes and memorabilia worn by various monarchs and royals in their first years, from Charles I via George III to Edward VII.

A highlight is a delicately embroidered skullcap worn by Charles I as an infant, which is joined by a small lace mitten belonging to George III and a dress worn by Edward VII.

Paul Fraser Collectibles has some of the finest royal memorabilia available, including a childhood drawing by a 12 year old George V and nine year old Princess Victoria. We also have a rare signed photograph of the "lost prince", Prince John.

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