This cute Prince William doll was made and released in September 1984.
It was designed by doll artist Maureen Martin, and was sold by the Creations Past of Worcester company.
He was made in a Limited Edition of 2,500 and was dressed in a copy of the romper suit that Prince William wore for photographs that were taken at Kensington Palace and were released just before Charles and Diana's royal tour of Australia and New Zealand in 1983.
Maureen met the Queen on May 26th 1984,when she opened The Women''s Institutes Exhibition ''life And Leisure ''84'' At Olympia, in London.
The first doll took two and a half years to complete and was voted "Most Collectable Doll" at an international doll artists competition in Germany.
Maureen also went on to design an older version of William as a toddler, and also a Prince Harry doll wearing his christening robe.
William and Kate are to make a visit to Scotland on Thursday May 29th, where they set to visit the Glenturret Distillery, thought to be the oldest Scotch Whisky distillery in Scotland.
At the same time, they will officially open the distillery’s revamped £250,000 visitors’ centre, which house the "Famous Grouse Experience" tour, the royal couple will be the first people to bottle their own Glenturret whisky following a private tour.
William and Kate, known as The Earl and Countess of Strathearn in Scotland, will be served the Strathearn Pie during their visit, a dish made by local company Wilde Thyme using slow cooked beef and onions sautéd in Glenturret whisky.
Stuart Cassells, manager of The Famous Grouse Experience, said: “We're delighted that they'll be officially opening our newly-renovated site and look forward to hearing what they make of Strathearn Pie."
Glenturret whisky is blended to create The Famous Grouse, one of the world's top five whiskies.
William and Kate will also visit Strathearn Community Campus in Crieff and unveil a plaque in the town's newly-restored MacRosty Park.
The June issue of Majesty magazine features Kate and George on it's cover, and features pages on the royal tour of Australia.
Issue 10 of Royal Life magazine features William, Kate and George on it's cover, and is a special Royal Tour collector's edition featuring images from their tour of Australia and New Zealand.
In a tribute to the pageantry and power that surround the British royal family,Vanity Fair presents a special newsstand issue, The Royals.
The issue will be on newsstands for three months, beginning on May 20, and is available for digital download here.
Some cartoons from the UK's newspapers of William, Kate and George's royal tour of Australia and New Zealand.