Here's all the Princess Charlotte crap you can already buy on eBay

Sequel royal baby already proving as popular as the original

Princess Charlotte might have only been alive less than a week, but damnit Great Britain and selected Chinese exporters it's time to monetise that kid!

As usual, eBay sellers were quick to rush into production appropriately brand clobber as soon as the sex and name of the royal baby were revealed, presumably cracking their nine-tailed whips in awful factiories shouting "cross-stitch 'Charlotte' faster!"

Here's what's on sale already:

It's a princess bursting through Union Jack like a Gladiator mug!

It's a not at all creepy royal baby pill box!

It's a £51.36 commemorative coin!

Want to feel patriotic while you sew? It's a royal family thimble!

It's a copy of the Daily Express that costs £10.99!

It's a shirt that must go out of date/relevancy quite fast!

It's a traditional royal monkey!

It's.....some sort of celebration folder thing?

It's 'Princess Charlotte edible rice wafer paper cup cake toppers x 30' Eat the royal face!

It's a fridge magnet! (Already 16 sold)

Commemorative pillow! Lounge in style on royal furnishings!

It's a hastily photoshopped mug!

It's an even more hastily photoshopped mug!

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