If it's the royal grandparents' job to spoilPrince George,grandpa Prince Charles is certainly up to the task.The heir apparent has turned the gardens at his Highgrove estate into an ultra-posh playground for his grandson.
A wildflower meadow within the gardens is now home to a $30,000 handmade artisan 12-foot "shepherd's hut"—painted pale duck-egg blue—which reportedly features a a wood-burning stove (that doesnotsound safe),a small bed,and French oak floors.
Prince Charles has also reportedly refurbished the grounds' tree house (named "Hollyrod House," because a royal tree house deserves a proper name) that had been a gift toPrince Williamon his seventh birthday.The tree house features "holly leaf-shaped balusters and a thatched roof,as well as a long rope leading to a trap door."
According to theDaily Mail's "well-placed royal sources," Charles "regularly enjoys picnics in the gardens with George and has even bought him a tea set,complete with plastic cups,to play with."
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