He may not be a godparent, but Prince Harry still hooked his new nephew up with what Town & Country calls "the sweetest christening gift." The Sun reports Harry presented little Prince Louis with a first-edition 1926 Winnie-the-Pooh book, a gift that's said to have set him back about $10,600 at rare-book purveyor Peter Harrington. The idea behind Harry's gift is apparently a tribute of sorts to Princess Diana.
"She loved all the old classics, and Harry had the brilliant idea of starting a little library of first editions for Louis, Charlotte, and George to enjoy as they get older," a friend says, referencing Prince William and Kate Middleton's other two children. The friend notes the AA Milne classic wasn't Harry's first choice—the 33-year-old originally had his eye on Lewis Carroll's Through the Looking Glass, which would have cost him nearly $32,000, on sale (he figured Pooh would be a better first read). Only 30,000 editions of Winnie-the-Pooh came out on the first run. (Read more Prince Harry stories.)