Britain's Prince William and his wife Catherine
Britain's Prince William and his wife Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, leave after attending a charity event at city company ICAP, in central London, Britain December 9, 2015. Reuters/Toby Melville

Santa Claus has arrived early for Princess Charlotte and Kate Middleton. Prince William was gifted two dolls, named Catherine and Charlotte, during a day trip to Birmingham Monday. He made a tour of various charities during his solo official visit.

The toddler is being showered with gifts wherever her dad and mom go. The dolls are aptly named Catherine and Charlotte, and were made for the two special ladies in William’s life, Kate and Charlotte. Prince William was given the wonderful Christmas present by businessmen duo Satnam Sagoo and his brother Pally.

The handmade dolls -- one with blue eyes and the other with brown eyes are from Welsh company Bonnie & Pearl. The business brothers company made the wardrobe and bed that went with the dolls. The dolls are priced at 80 pounds ($125).

Both the Bonnie & Pearl dolls are 19 inches tall, have dark hair and are available for purchase on the company’s website.

The Charlotte doll is described as having “the world at her feet” and is “outgoing and adventurous.” The Catherine doll believes “that anything is possible” and is “minded and determined.” The dolls come with floral skirt, floral shoes, white shirt, white pants, bag and bow. There is also a beautiful box included which has the dolls bed.

“William was made up, he absolutely loved them. He loved the dolls and loved the furniture,” said Sagoo. Nicola Evans, managing director of Bonnie & Pearl, said that the fact that it will be sitting on her shelves in her bedroom and that she will get some enjoyment out of them is really special. She was speaking to People.

However, the dolls are aimed at slightly older children. Bonnie & Pearl also stock a range of clothing for the dolls and will be expanding into new ranges in 2016. William received the gifts o n behalf of the United Nations backed international charity Football for Peace.

Sagoo from Ashcraft Furniture Ltd supports the charity. The charity aims to use the power of football to unite people from different backgrounds, and in Birmingham, it is bringing together students from diverse backgrounds to coach and play the game together. William also took part in a penalty shoot-out against a school boy at Saltley Academy.

Check out the Catherine and Charlotte dolls here: