The palace has released a list of the gifts the prince received while on tour in the U.S. and Australia last year

By Simon Perry
January 16, 2014 07:00 AM
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When Prince Harry surprised military families at a White House tea party last May, he also got a special surprise of his own.

Harry, 29, walked away with a gift of a brown leather flying jacket from First Lady Michelle Obama, one of a number of presents he was given during his overseas ambassadorial and charity trips to the U.S. and Australia in 2013.

The full list, just released by the Palace, includes everything from the memorable (a falconry glove from the U.S. Air Force Academy), to the poignant (a commemorative medal from Arlington cemetery) and the sporty (polo shirts from the U.S. judo team and a towel).

And, for good measure, there were plenty of baseball caps.

During his visit to Australia in October, Harry received some sunglasses, military goggles and yet another baseball cap from the local special forces – along with a bottle of whisky and a hip flask.

The roster also details gifts that the royal family received while on foreign tours, but because Prince William and Kate didn’t travel overseas last year, they’re not on the list.