Kate Middleton-Inspired Baby Gear for Your Own Little Prince or Princess

Jeanne Sager | Dec 20, 2012 Celebrities

God Save the Queen onesieI can't help it. I have got royal baby fever. Don't tell me you aren't watching Kate Middleton's growing bump too ... if you aren't, why the heck are you reading this? Yup, I got you!

And if you're a mom with a little one (or one on the way), you don't have to be embarrassed. Royal baby fever is giving all us Anglophiles the excuse we've always wanted to outfit our babies and their nurseries in the cutest gear inspired by everything England. Yes, you can dress your baby just like the royal baby-to-be, and here at The Stir, we have your road map to make it happen. You don't even have to learn to drive on the other side!

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I'm talking Union Jack-covered carriers, onesies with proper British slang on the front, and of course, double-decker buses.

So what are you waiting for? Step lively ... and get that baby outfitted in duds fit for a future king or queen! If you're quietly pretending that you're married to Prince William too, don't worry, we won't judge.

Are you loving this baby trend as much as we are? What's your favorite find from the list?

 

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  • Baby Crown; $18

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    Your little princess has to have a crown, doesn't she? Crocheted from soft pink yarn, it's a steal at $18.

  • Union Jack Snugli (Prices Vary)

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    Watch out, royal package coming through! Adorned in the flag of the United Kingdom, this adorable front carrier is good for kiddos up to 26 pounds.

  • Keep Calm and Carry Me Onesie; $14.95

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    It's been all the rage in the United States for the past year or so, but Keep Calm and Carry on started in ... you guessed it ... Britain! The propaganda campaign from the British government was supposed to help keep up morale during World War II. Now it just looks adorable on a baby's chest.

  • Chevron Bib; $12

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    Nothing like a double decker bus to scream, "London baby! Yeah!"

  • Buckingham Palace Guards Print; $20

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    They can watch the changing of the guard at Buckingham Palace right from their crib with this print on the nursery wall!

  • Wellies Onesie; $20

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    Silly widget, those aren't rain boots!

    From what the folks at Charlie and Sarah call their British Flash Card series, this will teach your baby proper English!

  • God Save the Queen Bodysuit; $18

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    James Bond isn't the only one dedicating his life to "queen and country," after all!

  • British Dogs Receiving Blanket; $15

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    You can keep your newborn all cuddled up warm and tight in a receiving blanket with cute little puppies on it, or you can do the same thing with the sort of dogs that make you feel like you're on holiday over the pond!

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