The theme for this summer’s opening, which will be July through October, is “royal childhood,” and will feature many toys, clothing, and items used by the royal family – dating as far back to Queen Victoria – throughout their childhoods. Some of The Queen’s toys from her childhood will be on display, as well as some outfits worn by Prince William when he was a child.
Two of the items that will be on display will be Prince George’s christening gown, which is a replica of the one Queen Victoria had commissioned for her daughter Victoria’s christening, and was used by every royal baby since, as well as the silver-gilt Lily Font. The Font is the actual one that Queen Victoria commissioned, and has been used at every royal christening since.
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