Now he has a name, Prince George’s parents must be thinking about his wardrobe. Uncles, aunts, grandparents – maybe even great-grand-parents Elizabeth and Philip – will knitting away. The big question – where to put it all?
Our advice to Kate and William is to get some decent hangers now. The last thing a self-respecting prince wants is a wardrobe cluttered with a motley assortment of cheap plastic hangers.
Our wooden children’s suit hanger would be ideal. It comes in a choice of natural or white wood, both fit for a palace. At 30cm wide, it’s a little on the big side now, but he’s a big boy and, as every parent knows, it’s best to allow room for growth. As part of our natural wood and white wooden hanger portfolios, there’s a huge range of matching adult hangers for the future.
Above all, it’s such a versatile hanger – ideal for formal suits for court and casual tweed outfits for holidays at Balmoral. But with its trouser bar and notches, it’s equally great for jeans, vests and the royal romper suits. The robust wooden material makes it especially handy for heavy garments – ermine robes, military uniforms and maybe even a small suit of armour.
Even better, Prince George is a direct descendent of King Charles II, the ‘Merrie Monarch’ who pioneered the wearing of the suit in Britain over 300 year ago. What better way to bring a posthumous twinkle to the eye of George’s 10 x great-grandfather than to fill the wardrobes of the royal palaces with CDC’s elegant suit hangers.
HRH Prince George Alexander Louis of Cambridge
CDC’s 30cm child’s suit hanger in natural and white wood, with bar notches and chrome. Even the catalogue price is the very un-princely sum of 42p (natural) and 58p (white wood)!
For an additional cost of just £135, we can print 500 hangers with a logo. That’s 100 hangers for each of the Queen’s official residences, but if that’s not enough we can print more for only 7p per hanger!