Princess Charlotte: Canada gives Kate Middleton and Prince William’s baby girl a snowsuit and an immunization donation

President of Israel Reuven Rivlin pampered her with a little summer dress and the Prime Minister of Australia Tony Abbott made a donation to support the Mountain Pygmy-possum in her honor and offered her a cot blanket.

Now Canada is honoring the royal baby with a donation.

Canadian Health Minister Rona Ambrose and Laureen Harper, Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s wife, said that a donation of $100,000 will be made by the government to Immunize Canada in honor of the little Princess’ birth.

Harper added that the baby will also receive a Canada Goose Bunny Bunting snowsuit.

Prime Minister Stephen Harper released a statement to congratulate Kate and William for the new arrival in their family.

“To mark this wonderful occasion, the Government of Canada is pleased to announce a $100,000 donation to Immunize Canada. This child-focused charity is dedicated to promoting the understanding and use of life-saving vaccines to help ensure children across Canada get the best start in life,” he said.

“Canadians recognize that the Royal Family has always been engaged and conscientious when it comes to the health and well-being of Canadian children. It is therefore fitting that this tradition be continued by providing a donation in the name of Princess Charlotte to help promote protection for children across our great country,” he added.

At Prince George’s birth in 2013, the Canadian government donated $100,000 to a Canadian charity for children and also sent the royal couple a pair of Mukluks and a handmade muskox blanket.