Baby products herald Royal Baby's arrival

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Now that the Royal Baby is here, a slew of baby products will be coming out to mark the prince's arrival.

Here's just a sample of items you may want to get for your little prince or princess:

Some moms swear by Tommee Tippee bottles and sippy cups especially when transitioning from breast to bottle. These limited edition bottles and sippy cups with "prince" and "princess" designs will be available exclusively at Babies "R" Us. The products will be available in stores in early August but you can pre-order them now online.

Closer to Nature Bottle, 9 oz; Princess, Prince  $9.99


Closer to Nature First Sips Cup, 9 oz, Princess, Prince $6.99


Closer to Nature Gift Set, includes two 9 oz Closer to Nature bottles and two 0 – 3 month pacifiers; Princess, Prince $22.99


Would you like your child be born with a silver spoon in his/her mouth? Well, you won't get the trust fund with these bibs, but you will get the silver spoon. These royal bibs from could be the right fit for your heir apparent. 

Royalty Princess Bib-Silver Spoon Set, princess or prince, $18


Who needs a crown when you can get a onesie that expresses your child's obvious rise to world domination. These "Born to Rule" onesies come in blue, pink and grey. I prefer the white with the gold lettering, simple elegance for the king or queen in training.

Born To Rule Infant Creeper, 6-24 months, $18.95


The founder of "The Royal Nursery" got inspiration in 1982 from the birth of Princess Diana and Prince Charles' first son. Now the line includes this $3,900 posh baby both covered in Swarovski crystals in the color of your choice, of course. If the Queen of England isn't fronting you, I would opt for the modestly priced Comfort Silkie in Royal Purple.

Ultimate Baby Bathtub, Swarovski crystals of your choice and personalization, $3,900


Comfort Silkie, silkie charmeuse satin, $19.99


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