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GENDER REVEAL CUPCAKES
Buy It Now: At Sprinkles locations
Here's a novel way of celebrating the arrival of any royally cute bundle among your circle of friends – with Sprinkles's gender reveal cupcakes. Featuring a tiny tiara for a little princess or a blue baby bottle for a little prince, the limited-edition sweets are now available until the birth of William and Kate's little one.
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MINI RUBBER DUCKIES
Buy It Now: $14.95 for a set of three at Amazon.com
Rub-a-tub-tub! Whether king or commoner, tykes love bath time when they've got fun playthings to splish and splash (and throw) around. This classic yellow tub toy has been given a majestic makeover by Bud Ducks with a tiny trio representing England's flag and Royal Guardsman.
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PERSONALIZED STICKY LABELS
Buy It Now: $9.95 for 15 labels at mabelslabels.com
Tag, you're it! Your kid may not be born into royalty, but with Mabels Labels limited-edition Royal Baby adhesive stickers (customized with your tyke's name), his or her things will definitely be elevated to blue blood status no matter where they go.
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Buy It Now: $24 at Prestat
New moms and dads may not be able to raise a celebratory glass when the little one arrives, but who says they can't indulge in Prestat's Marc de Champagne Chocolate Truffles? The British chocolatier has had Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II's seal of approval for 35 years and counting.
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PRINCESS CROWN PEEL-AND-STICK MIRROR
Buy It Now: $13.99 at Amazon.com
A reflection of your good taste, this 13-inch crown mirror decal adds a regal touch to a little princess-themed bedroom. Best of all, RoomMates's easy-to-apply sticker works on any flat surface and is easy to remove when your young monarch wants to change her castle's decor.
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COOKIES IN LIMITED-EDITION TIN
Buy It Now: £43.50 for tin with 16 handmade biscuits at Biscuiteers
Sweet! Shaped like booties, blocks and buggies, Biscuiteers's vanilla biscuits (we call them "cookies" on this side of the pond) come in a limited-edition Royal Baby tin that celebrates the July arrival of Prince William and Kate Middleton's bundle of boy (or girl). Giving it as a gift to new parents closer to your own throne? Tell Biscuiteers and they'll handwrite the baby's name on a carriage cookie.
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