The limited edition bauble commemorates their first Christmas together

By Liz Raftery
Updated December 06, 2011 10:00 AM
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Credit: 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.

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