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Royal Baby: Baby gifts for the heir to the throne

What to get the baby that has everything? Well, there's quite a lot actually...

Gift: Fantasy Carriage Crib (pictured)

Price tag: $19,000

Sentiment: Practical, as well as ridiculously expensive, this crib allow the regal infant to get in some valuable practice riding in a carriage just like the one the Queen uses for special occasions.

Gift: 3ct Diamond Pacifier

Price tag: $17,000

Sentiment: A sliver spoon in the mouth is okay for ordinary posh babies, but this particular posh baby requires much, much more.

Gift: Sterling silver Elsa Peretti Padova baby set, featuring cup, fork and spoon

Price tag: Approx £1,000

Sentiment: This is the gift that says: "Your baby is posh, but not quite as post as Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's daughter North West, who received it first, from Beyonce and Jay Z"

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