Today, we cordially invite you to our virtual royal baby shower. We, along with many of you lovely readers, are anxiously awaiting the birth of Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge's precious cherub. If that wee one possesses even a tenth of its mama and grandmother's sense of fashion, I think we can expect a style star in the making. Lady Diana will forever be an icon and I think Kate Middleton is following in her footsteps, but I digress...
I thought it would be fun to share some royal baby worthy gifts that would be perfect to give to the glam mama to be in your life...And if you're the one who's expecting, you could always leave this post up on the computer for your significant other to catch. Haha! All they have to do is head over to figleaves.com to snag all of these royal baby worthy goodies!
A good nursing bra is priceless. I couldn't have made it through those first few months without one. The Panache Sophie nursing bra is one of the prettiest I've seen. And the brand just won the "Queen's Award" in the United Kingdom. It doesn't get much more royal than a gift with the Queen's stamp of approval!
The little handmade elephant is definitely chic enough to live in a royal baby's nursery. I'm tempted to pick one up for my little princess!
And it doesn't get more luxe than the BabyBlooms Organic Baby Clothing Bouquet. What looks like a beautiful bouquet of flowers is actually a bodysuit, hat, sleepsuit, bib and four pairs of socks!
Now that we've covered gifts, let's talk babymoons! For all you expectant mamas who would like to plan a little getaway for you and your honey before your bambino arrives, consider 70 Park Avenue Hotel's Royal Babymoom package. Perks of the package include deluxe accommodations fit for a queen, an in room pre-natal massage, a frozen hot chocolate at the iconic Serendipity and an FAO Schwartz queen's guard teddy bear. I don't know about you, but spending a few days in The Big Apple while being given the royal treatment sounds pretty darn fabulous!
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