5 astonishing pieces of Princess Charlotte memorabilia
Barring a massive royal accident, Princess Charlotte will never be Queen. However, that doesn't mean that the tat manufacturers haven't outdone themselves this time around. Here are 5 astonishing pieces of Princess Charlotte memorabilia.
5. Miniature paper
This 1/12-miniature version of the Sunday Times is perfect for that WASPish diorama you're secretly building in your bedroom - and it'll only cost you £1.50 on eBay.
Forgotten Charlotte's exact weight, name and time of birth? Not a problem you will ever have to experience again with this very informative mug. Yours for £7.99 on eBay.
For £1.99 you can get this thimble from eBay. For those out of the loop, thimbles are used to protect your fingers while sewing. Expect to see hundreds of these clogging up the shelves in your local charity shop within the next six months.
Fancy spending £15 on a £5 coin that you'll never be able to spend anywhere? Fortunately enough, Argos is offering you the chance. Thanks Argos!
Image: Red Bubble
The original Keep Calm and Carry On poster was designed to be deployed in the event of a Nazi invasion of England. Here the spare heir's name is written out in appropriately Germanic script.
You can get it at redbubble.com for £11.
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