Rest assured, if you give a gift to a member of the Royal Family, they won't forget it.
The British Monarchy keeps a running list of all the gifts the royals have received during official tours. From jewels to bottles of beer to baskets of honey, the royal family receives a wide array of extravagant and everyday items from admirers and government officials around the world.
We've rounded up 15 of the most unusual gifts members of the Royal Family have received over the past two years. While these items may seem odd in relation to the royal who received them, we find it touching that some people give whatever they have on hand.
While Queen Elizabeth II is not included on this list, because she has not taken a recent royal tour, she has certainly received her share of gifts through the years, many of them animals. According to the British Monarchy, the Queen, 89, has received several horses, one of them her beloved favourite, Burmese, which was given to her by the RCMP. She rode Burmese during her Trooping the Colour birthday ceremonies from 1969 to 1986.
Oh, and in case you were wondering, Prince Harry gets the best gifts. From bottles of whisky to sports memorabilia to books and boxes of treats, we're pretty sure everyone can find something to love from his haul.
And with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge heading to their next royal tour in India on April 10, we only wonder what type of gifts they'll receive.
CORRECTION - April 11, 2016: A previous version of this article stated incorrectly that Queen Elizabeth had received several Burmese horses as gifts, when in fact, one of the horses she'd been gifted was named Burmese. The text has been corrected to reflect this.