Royal Childhood Exhibition
Curator of the Royal Collection Trust Anna Reynolds with a miniature caravan, presented by the Caravan Club to Prince Charles and Princess Anne in 1955, at Buckingham Palace - the official residence of Britain's Queen Elizabeth - in central London.Reuters

The "Royal Childhood" exhibition, displaying the favourite toys and treasured family gifts from over 250 years of the British monarchy - offers a glimpse into the life of a royal child, is a treat for the royal family lovers.

Queen Elizabeth
Dolls belonging to Queen Elizabeth from her childhood.                                                                                                                                                                                                       Reuters                                           

The exhibition showcases rare and unique toys of royal kids of about nine generations. Dolls and tea set belonging to Queen Elizabeth, wooden chairs used by Princes William and Prince Harry, building blocks of Prince Charles and many more items were also exhibited in the Palace. The milk teeth of Queen Victoria's children, wrapped in dated envelopes, were also displayed in a blue ornate casket at the exhibition.

Queen Victoria
A casket containing the first teeth of Queen Victoria's children, dated approximately 1860.                                                                                                                                Reuters
Tea set of exhibition
A tea set belonging to Queen Elizabeth from approximately 1930.                                                                                                                                                                           Reuters

Rare footage of Queen Elizabeth and Princess Margaret playing peek-a-boo, learning to dance, having pillow fights, and gardening with mother is also a major attraction at the exhibition. Queen Elizabeth's "Progress Book" that documented her first words "Mama" and "Bebe" also evokes interest.

Wooden Chairs of Princes
Wooden nursery chairs used by Princes William and Prince Harry.                                                                                                                                                                                   Reuters
Prince Charles' building blocks
Building blocks belonging to Prince Charles as a child.                                                                                                                                                                                                Reuters

The exhibition also provided a glimpse into the gifts for the latest royal child Prince George. The displayed gifts include the ones from US President Barack Obama, a tricycle presented by the Mayor of London and a silver breakfast set from the Prime Minister of Malta.

Prince Albert Edward
A pair of fur-lined velvet red boots worn by Prince Albert Edward in 1842.                                                                                                                                                                    Reuters
Reynolds poses with a toy horse and a doll named "Pamela" belonging to Queen Elizabeth.                                                                                                                                       Reuters

President Obama's gifts comprised of a handmade rocking horse with a presidential seal on the saddle, an alpaca wool blanket and a polo mallet featuring a head carved from an oak tree.

Queen Elizabeth's toy
A set of Knockemdown ninepins belonging to Queen Elizabeth.                                                                                                                                                                                 Reuters

The exhibition was organised as part of the summer opening of Buckingham Palace, where 19 state rooms have been opened to the public, until 28 September.