10. Season tickets to all the home games of the Kansas City Royals
9. A box set of Prince CDs
8. An American–English dictionary
7. An athletic cup to protect the crown jewels
6. A nightie from Queen Victoria’s Secret
5. A gift certificate to Scepters R Us
4. The illusion that the Royal Family still wields some power
3. Something to read on the throne
2. A DVD copy of the 1957 Laurence Olivier–Marilyn Monroe film The Prince and the Showgirl
1. The entire United States, to be accepted on behalf of Harry’s family — we’ll even pay that stupid Tea Tax! — but only if Harry will accept it immediately, before it’s too late!
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