The best Christmas gifts for the princess
Friday 30 November 2012
Main image: Firby, £49.79, and magnetic frames, £12 a set, both John Lewis
1. Shadow puppet sticks, £13.99, After Noah
2. 'Draw Something' ICrayon for the iPad, £7.95, Prezzy Box
3. Trampoline, £160.99, Trampolines World
4. Cuddleroar toddler towel, £39.99, Cuddledry
5. Monster High School, £89.99, Mattel
6. Giant Bouncer, £14.95, Rigby and Mac
7. Watch, £15, Clicloc
8. Christmas jumper, £31-£35, Tootsa MacGinty
9. Days of the week underwear by Stella Mccartney Kids, £71, Liberty
10. Hello Kitty lipstick, £3.99, Superdrug
11. Little Wilma brooch, £15, Culture Label
12. Wigwam, £220, Win Green
13. 'The Fairy Tales of the Brothers Grimm', £25, Quintessentially Gifts
14. Activity wolf by Louloup, £39.99, Peanut and Pip
15. Twister Dance, £26.99, Argos
16. Snorry wolf, £77.50, Steiff
17. 'Twilight dress' by Tutu du Monde, £72, Not So Big
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