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WILL & KATE PIZZA
Dough, it's come to this: To commemorate the royal wedding, Papa John's has created a Prince William and Kate Middleton pizza, using ingredients such as mushrooms, salami and peppers to create a mosaic of the couple's likeness. Since you can't put a price on art or a good slice, the work-intensive pie will be delivered to a contest winner in the U.K.
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ONLINE WEDDING GAME
It's highly unlikely Prince William will be making a mad dash to the altar on April 29. But you can still have a little fun at the young royal's expense with Nickelodeon's Royal Wedding Run game, in which William has to dodge exes and the paparazzi to get himself to Westminster Abbey in the nick of time.
Available: Free at Royal Wedding Run
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What's it like to sleep like a queen – on a commoner's budget? On the night of April 28, guests at Premier Inn's London hotels can find out by requesting the "Royal Bed-ding." Featuring illustrated cut-outs of Kate Middleton and Prince William, you'll feel pretty high and mighty snuggling next to royalty.
To buy: Prices vary at Premier Inn
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The best part of any wedding? The dessert, of course! A tasteful way to enjoy your royal wedding viewing party comes courtesy of Eleni's assortment of commemorative cookies (that's "biscuits" for you Anglophiles!). Among the 16 confections: a Union Jack flag, Big Ben and fondant-art renderings of the sweet, betrothed couple.
To buy: $68.50 at Elenis.com
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ROYAL IPHONE APP
With great power, comes great fashion responsibility! Give the emperor (ahem, future king) new clothes with this iPhone app that let's you doll up blue bloods, including Wills, Harry, Kate and even Her Majesty the Queen, using everything from wedding dresses and nurses uniforms to moustaches and tiaras.
To buy: .99a at iTunes
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Even the tiniest tykes can get in the royal spirit – or at least, be stylishly seen not heard during the live wedding telecast – with pacifiers tricked out with the British flag, offered in princely blue or princess pink.
To buy: £4.45 for a pack of two at MAM on eBay
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KATE MIDDLETON DOLL
The princess-to-be looks stylish – even at 16 inches tall! The Franklin Mint recently unveiled their latest masterpiece: The Kate Middleton engagement doll, complete with an Issa-like blue jersey dress and a replica of her sapphire engagement ring. Only 5,000 are being produced worldwide, giving this Kate way more cachet than Barbie.
To buy: $195 at The Franklin Mint
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Oh, Prince William is in hot water – but that might just be your cup of tea! German company Donkey Products created a line of his and her tea bag sets emblazoned with cartoon-like images of the Prince and Kate dubbed KaTea amp William – in time to get steeped in all things royal.
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A ROYAL TIPPLE
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OFFICIAL WEDDING CHINA
If coins aren't your thing, there's always commemorative wedding crockery. Created by the Royal Collection, the Royal Wedding range is one of the few souvenirs that doesn't feature images of Prince William and Kate. Instead, the English fine bone china is patterned with hearts, white ribbons and doves – yes, tasteful enough to serve the Pope – or the Queen.
To buy: £20 and up at the Royal Collection Shop
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ROYAL CARD GAME
As if you didn't already know, a royal wedding is definitely in the cards for April 29. In advance of the big day, Winning Moves UK, the company that makes the popular British card game Top Trumps, created The Royal Wedding game. Leading the pack? You guessed it, princess-to-be Kate Middleton.
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The inscription on the mug, "The fairytale romantic union of all the centuries," certainly captures the joyous mood of the royal wedding. The only glitch? The souvenir features the wrong Prince (Harry!) next to Kate. Despite this royal gaffe, the mug is still for sale to any and all takers with a PayPal account.
To buy: $15.99 at Guangdong Enterprises
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Well, it's not exactly a novel idea, but a comic book about Prince William and Kate's love story makes sense for those who enjoy picture books and word bubbles. Rich Johnston's Kate amp William: A Very Public Love Story is just one of the many comics hitting the stands in anticipation of the royal wedding.
To buy: $13 at Amazon.com
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Is that wedding bells you hear ... or perhaps the tune of Mendelssohn's "Wedding March" ringtone? Alcatel's One Touch special edition handset (£14.95) featuring a Union Jack casing and Will and Kate's wedding date and initials etched on the back is a handy reminder that the impending wedding of the century is upon us.
For more info: Go to Best Buy UK
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Prompted by a Facebook campaign, GE is coming out with a commemorative refrigerator, dubbed "The Ultimate," which certainly is fit for a king ... or one with a king-sized appetite for royal memorabilia. Standing at 5 ft., 9 in. and emblazoned with the Mario Testino engagement portrait of William and Kate, you'll most certainly impress – or (who are we kidding) alarm – friends with your royal dedication.
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