The latest addition to the royal family, a yet-to-be-named baby boy, was born on Monday. Check out our round-up of the best royal baby swag celebrating Will and Kate's bundle of joy.
Premiere London department store Harrods released a commemorative royal baby mug aptly decorated with whimsical crowns and toys. This is one piece of fine china that no die-hard royal family fan should live without. Long live the queen!
Kate's sister need not look any further for the perfect gift for her new nephew. Beauty and the Bib released personalized "I Love My Auntie Pippa" bibs for any mom looking to add a royal touch to her little one's wardrobe.
The royal baby has already inspired a children's book. Bloomsbury Publishing unveiled "Shhh! Don't Wake The Royal Baby" by Martha Mumford, which tells the tale of a royal munchkin who just won't go to sleep! The book is on shelves now and can be yours for about ten dollars.
Your little prince or princess can hold court on his or her very own throne. Fisher price's royal potty will give every baby the chance to take care of business like royalty.
You can get mobile up-to-the minute information on Will and Kate's baby boy with the Royal Baby App, now available on iTunes.
Biscuiteers limited edition personalized royal baby biscuit tin features cookies that resemble everything from a silver spoon to a bottle of expensive champagne. Pair them with a cup of tea, and you can celebrate the royal arrival in traditional British style.
Give your grilled cheese the royal touch with Westminister Cheddar's special Royal Edition. The uniquely packaged cheddar will be available for a limited time in 7 oz packs and deli wheels, which can be purchased at Whole Foods Markets and other retailers across the United States. Now that's something to smile about
Want a more stylish way to support the Great Kate Wait? Look no further. Jewelry designer Pandora released images of a limited edition royal baby charm set to go on sale once the baby is born. The bauble is shaped like a baby carriage and reads "Royal Baby 2013." Call your friends oversees now to place your orders, as the charm will only be available in the UK and Australia.
While this life-size Kate Middleton cake is not for sale, it's definitely a royal creation worth noting. Houston cake designer Nadine Moon made a life-size cake featuring Kate holding her newborn. The "Cake Middleton" was displayed at the Bridal Extravaganza Show, and its creator is hoping to ship it off to Kensington Palace as a gift to the new mom.
If you and your little one want to vacation like royalty, look no further. The famed British nursery designer Dragons of Walton Street teamed up with the Grosvenor House to design a hotel suite with the royal baby in mind. The "Suite Dreams" package allows your bundle of joy to live like a prince or princess for around $3400 a night.
Dealing with a bout of royal morning sickness? Well, Lydia Leith has you covered. In honor of the latest addition to the royal family, the British designer released stylish sick bags designed to help you get through the most nauseating parts of pregnancy.