The limited edition bauble commemorates their first Christmas together

By Liz Raftery
December 06, 2011 10:00 AM
Courtesy Royal Crown Derby; Inset: Mario Testino/Clarence House/AP

A year of milestones continues for Prince William and Kate, as the newlyweds prepare to spend their first Christmas together as a married couple.

Now a new ornament enables even those living outside Buckingham Palace to commemorate the royal couple’s first holiday.

The blue, gold and white bauble is embossed with a “W” and a “C” and features a crown over the couple’s initials. An inscription reads: “Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, 29th April 2011,” in honor of their wedding date.

William and Kate, both 29, recently celebrated the first anniversary of their engagement.

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The limited edition ornament, from Royal Crown Derby, hand-finished in 22-carat gold, retails for 85, or just over $130.