The range is to be made, a spokesperson said, but not brought onto sale until after the birth of the royal baby in July.
The Royal Collection usually brings out time-specific royal memorabilia. Last year, it began selling goods relating to the Diamond Jubilee (for which, sales figures are due to be released within the next few weeks). On the occasion of the Royal Wedding in 2011, they sold wedding memorabilia.
The Royal Collection Trust has never produced any commemorative baby items, because it was not established until 1993, nine years after the birth of Prince Harry.
The charity’s website ‘royalcollection.org.uk‘ lists all the products they have available on sale at the royal residences’ gift shops.
They range from crown pencils for £2.50 to a limited edition celebration bowl costing £595.00 (the Celebration Bowl commemorates the 65th Wedding Anniversary of HM Queen Elizabeth II and HRH The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh on 20th November 2012).
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