Princess Charlotte arrived on May 2, 2015 - congratulations William and Kate! Whether you are buying a gift for a loved one who has also just had a baby, or would like to honour the Royal arrival with a special keepsake, we have chosen our favourites from all the Royal baby gifts available. See all the photos from Princess Charlotte’s arrival.
Even Royal babies need medicine, and this special edition Spilly non-spill medicine spoon is ideal - it makes medicine fun with a caterpillar character, and lays flat on your kitchen work surfaces to prevent medicine spilling everywhere.
Another 'Joule' in the Crown 2-piece set, from £24.95; bibs, £6.95 each, joules.com
Whether the royal baby is a boy or girl, these adorable Joules outfits are perfect. The fox and rabbit designs are a winner for any little ones!
(From left) All-in-one; dress and bodysuit; knitted cardigan – all £19, vertbaudet.co.uk
Vertbaudet has some adorable outfits that would suit the new royal arrival, and your own tot. The beige and pale blue neutrals make a really stylish outfit.
This natural balm has been used for centuries, back to Marie Antoinette's great-grandmother, and has been mentioned in the new Downton Abbey book. Great for nappy rash, dry skin, cuticles, and more – for mum and baby!
Continuing its 1,000 year old tradition of minting coins to mark important historical events and special occasions, The Royal Mint will gift 2,015 babies born on the same day as the new Royal baby with a very special Lucky Silver Penny marked with the year of their birth; you just have to register on Facebook.
The Duchess of Cambridge is expected to give birth to her second child later this month. Here, writer and mum of two Maria Lally, gives Kate the lowdown on the difference between your first and second…
With the Duchess of Cambridge’s due date not far now, we take a look at the fabulous looks she has rocked while pregnant, including a few of our favourite outfits from when she was pregnant with George. How many styles has she recycled from her first pregnancy? One thing’s for sure, we wish we were as stylish as Catherine during our pregnancies!
...until their children are old enough to eat with them, according to a recent study run by OnePoll. The research, commissioned by AHDB (Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board), also found that 26 per cent were not prepared for the negative impact that having a baby would have on their diet.