The gifts for the royal baby Prince George and his parents Prince William and Kate Middleton keep rolling in.
In a unique and thoughtful gift, Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg gave William and Kate many bags of coffee.
'We have thrown in with the gift a large bag of our favourite coffee because, as parents of young boys, we know you need coffee when you are coping with little boys," Clegg told Marie Claire.
Not to forget the newest family member, Clegg also threw in something for Prince George himself, an embroidered baby blanket from Spain.
It's not just individuals who are sending gifts off to the royal family, but companies and non-profit organizations as well.
PETA sent Prince George and his parents a care package full of cruelty free items, including a faux-sheepskin baby blanket, cruelty free faux gras and vegan caviar.
The PETA U.K. Associate Director Mimi Bekhechi explained the reasoning behind the gift basket.
"Babies love animals, and a baby blanket that no animal was harmed to make is a wonderfully positive way to start what we hope will be a lifetime of compassion for the little one," she told E! Online.
She hopes that the gift basket is the start to Prince George's education on respecting animals.
"We hope PETA U.K.'s gift to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will inspire other parents to buy cruelty-free gifts and clothing for their children," Mimi Bekhechi added.
Despite being grateful for the copious amount of thoutful gifts, William and Kate are urging people to donate to charity instead of sending gifts.
"To harness this extraordinary generosity of spirit, they suggest people might at this time look to support those more in need; perhaps a children's charity local to them, as a way of marking the birth of their child," they said in a statement on their website.