Princess Charlotte Receives $200,000 Painting as a Christening Present

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She may only be two months old, but Princess Charlotte is already rolling in serious swag that’s worth more than your salary.

According to Vanity Fair, someone close to Prince William and Kate Middleton have commissioned rare hand oil painting of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs to be presented to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’ daughter her christening present. Its price tag? $200,000!

Hand drawn by artist Stephen Cawston, who specializes in reproducing movie posters, the almost seven-foot-wide canvas portrait is currently sitting as the Homarge Gallery waiting to be delivered to Kensington Palace.


[Stephen Cawston/Homarge Gallery]

“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 tells the publication.

Though Cawston has declined to comment on the anonymous gift giver, he confirms that the large painting is indeed to be sent to the royal family, saying, “The Homarge Gallery has been commissioned to paint a picture for the Cambridges.”

As for Charlotte’s other presents? The fourth in line to the throne is said to have received designer clothes from aunt Pippa Middleton and a silver photo frame engraved with Prince Charles’ insignia from her grandfather. Her nanny, Maria Borrallo, has reportedly gifted the young royal a piece of coral jewelry.