As Princess Kate hits the home stretch of pregnancy, the mom-to-be is probably busy finishing up her shopping for baby. Here, a few gift ideas that would be a perfect fit for the third in line to the British throne.
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A bed fit for a future king or queen! The Duchess of Cambridge purchased a Moses basket while out shopping recently with her mom.
However, if she's thinking about her options after the newborn period, this iron crib with luxurious bedding will fit the bill.
Corsican Bunny Finial Iron Crib (available in various finishes), $1,305; Augustine Baby Bedding (available in Blush, Silver or Aqua), $862. Both available at PoshTots.com.
Dressed Like Royalty
This unisex outfit by Magnificent Baby has touches that any parent would love. Magnetic fasteners that practically closed themselves make it easy to dress baby — a timesaver during diaper changes.
"To commemorate the royal birth, we created a limited edition line called An Heir is Born with images of crowns, prams, trumpets, flags, and coats of arms placed on footies, gowns, blankets, hats and bibs," said Lauren Levy Feuer, co-founder of Magnificent Baby.
An Heir Is Born unisex footie, $31.95; reversible cap, $12.50. Preorder now for July delivery at magnificentbaby.com.
This keepsake print of a customized coat of arms honors a baby's birth in a regal way. Each illustrate print features baby's name, birth weight, arrival date and zodiac sign, plus more details.
Don't expect Prince William or the palace to announce the arrival of the royal baby just like every other new parent. Reports say in keeping with tradition, a note will be placed on the gates of Buckingham Palace, in addition to other means of spreading the good news — maybe even Twitter!
Coat of Arms Personalized Birth Announcement from UncommonGoods; $120.
Color My World
These accent pillows with bold colors will brighten up the royal nursery. Princess Kate and Prince William will be moving into a new place after the baby's arrival, so we're sure the duchess is putting the finishing touches on the nursery. Modern colors with traditional touches will add something special to the room.
But don't expect a room reveal soon. The royal pair's renovations of their digs at Kensington Palace are behind schedule, according to reports.
Royal Baby Pillows from Naked Decor; $49.95 for one.
Time For Play
No royal playroom is complete without a traditional rocking horse and toy chest. Queen Elizabeth, the baby's great-grandmother, is an avid horse woman, so this handmade toy horse is sure to be a fave.
Little Linely rocking horse, 8,250 pounds; Little Linely toy chest, 4,950 pounds; from Linely.