Camilla Parker Bowles has already made up her mind on what Christmas gift to give Queen Elizabeth II, Kate Middleton, and Meghan Markle this year.

Emily Andrew, a royal correspondent for The Sun, said that Camilla has a novel idea for the female royals this year. In her private house in Wiltshire, Camilla is known for making limited edition honey from hives. Since Middleton and Markle are keen cooks, they would certainly enjoy a jar or two of honey.

Camilla’s honey also helps a great cause. Every year, Prince Charles’ wife sends 500 jars of the limited-edition products to posh grocers such as Fortnum and Mason. Each jar is priced at $25 and the proceeds from the sales will go straight to Helen & Douglas House, a children’s hospice in Oxford.

On top of this, Camilla has also invited children and their families from the hospice to attend a special Christmas tea party at Clarence House next month. The Duchess of York serves as the patron of Helen & Douglas House. She has also had the beehives in her Ray Mill House garden for a number of years and has sold the product to the charity for four years.

Clare Periton, the CEO of Helen & Douglas House, gushed over Camilla’s efforts to help raise money for the charity.

“We are very grateful to the Duchess of Cornwall, our Patron, for choosing us as the charity to benefit from the sale of her honey this year. The money raised will help us provide medical, emotional, and practical support to local families to help them deal with the implications of living with a child who will die prematurely, so they can make the most of their time together. Our children and their families are looking forward to their Christmas visit to the Clarence House to meet the Duchess of Cornwall,” she said.

Camilla’s honey is described as light and delicate with an irresistible caramel flavor. It is a perfect spread for toasts and may also be drizzled over a bowl of porridge.

Camilla Parker Bowles Camilla Parker Bowles' honey will be sold to benefit one of her chosen charities. Pictured: Bowles attends The Prince's Countryside Fund Raceday at Ascot Racecourse on November 23, 2018 in Ascot, England. Photo: Getty Images/Gareth Fuller-WPA Pool