8 Ridiculous Royal Baby Souvenirs For the Kate and William Fan

The American version of a royal baby may have already arrived, but there's still some time before the British, actually royal baby is here. And, of course, tons of businesses, from small, independent shops to international corporations, are taking this time to cash in on the hype. Here are just a few of the royal baby-themed products available to all of the William and Kate enthusiasts out there. And congratulations, His or Her Royal Highness, on being the unwitting face of hundreds of products while still in the womb.

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The American version of a royal baby may have already arrived, but there's still some time before the British, actually royal baby is here. And, of course, tons of businesses, from small, independent shops to international corporations, are taking this time to cash in on the hype. Here are just a few of the royal baby-themed products available to all of the William and Kate enthusiasts out there. And congratulations, His or Her Royal Highness, on being the unwitting face of hundreds of products while still in the womb.

Gender Reveal Scratch-Offs

Want to give your gender reveal the royal treatment? The Etsy shop InklingsPaperie is selling these scratch-off cards that will reveal to friends and family whether you are having a prince or princess — because boy or girl is for peasants.

Butter London Nail Polish

To celebrate the imminent arrival of the royal baby, Butter London created this special color called Pitter Patter. The description on their website reads: "This opaque aubergine shimmer is a limited edition lacquer created for the royal baby-to-be! An old colloquialism often used as a nudge by aging mums hoping for new grandbabies. 'Will we hear the pitter patter of little feet soon?' Congrats, Will & Kate!" Because that's exactly what comes to mind when you see sparkly purple nail polish.

Baby Announcement Postcard

There are two possible uses for this postcard. 1) The perfect birth announcement for a very proud Brit, or 2) The perfect postcard for someone who is so excited about the royal baby, they need to share the news with all of their friends. If either of these apply to you, get the postcard from Bumpkin on Etsy.

Krispy Kreme Doughnuts

In honor of the future prince or princess, Krispy Kreme has created the "Bite & Reveal" doughnut. The chocolate-topped creation is neutral on the outside, with just a set of white footprints as decoration, but once you bite inside, the filling is either pink or blue. Sounds great, except nothing about the doughnut is royal, it's just baby-themed. In order to have the full experience, make sure to enjoy the treat while wearing a crown or tiara of some kind. Hey, you're eating like a future king or queen!

Pacifiers

Zazzle is selling two varieties of royal baby pacifiers. The one pictured is pretty standard right? White pacifier, British flag, "royal baby" written across it — something to cute to give a baby. Then there is the intense version. This one features silhouettes of William and Kate holding a baby, with the words "heir to the throne of England." Unless you are actually William or Kate, please, do not buy this. For it is creepy.

Cupcake Toppers

Another Etsy find, these are printable cake toppers from papergravystore that turn any boring old baked good into one fit for royalty. Use them to celebrate the birth of your own baby, or Kate's. After all, plenty of people had royal wedding parties — why not have another for the baby?

Sprinkles Cupcakes

Sprinkles Cupcakes announced that it will now carry special gender reveal cupcakes. Similar to the Krispy Kreme concept, the cupcakes are white on the outside and have a tiny tiara on top, with either pink or blue filling in the middle. Once the royal baby is actually born, the gender reveal cupcakes will be replaced by a special either "it's a boy" or "it's a girl" variety. So here you go: Another excuse to eat more cupcakes!

All Baby Items, According to Amazon

Right now, Amazon has a "Perfect Gifts for a Royal Baby" section, and it basically includes all baby items. Sure, there's a couple of British-themed toys and a ridiculous diamond pacifier, but there's also standard swaddle blankets and a white crib. As far as Amazon is concerned, all babies are royal babies if their parents shop online. Especially if they're Prime.