What are Prince William and Kate Middleton's baby products of choice?
Because royalty or not, every baby is a little prince or princess to their mom and dad.
Despite earning the ire of many moms for looking flawless hours after giving birth, Kate Middleton is just like a regular mom. Well, most of the time! Because of the world’s fascination with the royal mother of three, many moms are watching her choices closely. And like you, she just wants the best products to help her care for her kids the best way possible.
If you’ve even wondered what baby products she and husband Prince William just love, here are some of the royal baby gearwe’ve seen them use over the years.
Because royalty or not, every baby is a little prince or princess to their mum and dad.
Before the birth of her first child Prince George, Kate Middleton was spotted with her mom Carole shopping for nursery furniture. This was reportedly one of her purchases on their shopping trip.
On the way to Princess Charlotte’s christening, the Duchess was seen stylishly walking to the chapel pushing the little one in a Silver Cross Balmoral Pram.
The mom of three has also been spotted using the Silver Cross Sleepover Elegance Pram for Prince George.
Silver cross prams and strollers are also available in Singapore for about S$1,999. They might not be as vintage as the Royal family’s, but they’re no less elegant and durable.
This beautifully delicate wrap was mom Kate’s swaddle of choice when introducing all three royal babies to the world. G.H. Hurt & Son has been making luxury lace blankets for a century now!
You don’t have to order this lovely shawl from the U.K. because you can buy it online on Etsy Singapore for only S$101.48.
Though Kate Middleton rarely buys her kid’s new clothes, she’s still a fan of this brand’s outerwear. And it’s not hard to see why. They’re cute, classic, and super chic!
The classic grey wool coat Prince George wore to Christmas service made such an impact that it sold out in just a few hours!
But don’t worry, you can get equally adorable outerwear for your little one (to use when travelling somewhere cooler than Singapore) for only S$29.90 at Uniqlo.
Who could forget a younger Prince George sporting these Buckle T-Bar Mary Janes during his grandmother the Queen’s 90th birthday photo shoot? Adorable beyond words!
Want your little one to sport similar kicks? Check out Stride-Rite Singapore’s Made2Play Mary Janes, which will set you back about S$89.
These fun, printed swaddles were first spotted wrapped around Prince George when he was just a newborn. So cute!
If you’re itching to get your hands on these adorable wraps, check out Mothercare Singapore for the quite aptly named Prince Charming 4-pac Aden + Anais classic swaddles for only $S89.90.
Aside from the Christening shawl mentioned above, this knit bonnet was first seen on Princess Charlotte shortly after Kate exited St. Mary’s Hospital after she gave birth.
Want your little princess to wear this bonnet-like crown? You can order a similar kind of knit hat for newborns from Etsy for only S$34.57.
The little prince had no idea, but he singlehandedly made this children’s brand super popular. How? By simply wearing it along with an adorable smile as he held on to then one-month-old baby sister Charlotte during one of their first portraits together.
You can get a similar Rachel Riley sailor shirt and trouser set for S$123.11, here!
Who could forget just how absolutely darling Princess Charlotte looked on her first day of school? To complete her cute look, she carried her books in this floral rucksack by one of her mom’s faves, Cath Kidston.
Want a little floral rucksack for your little one, too? The good news is you can order Cath Kidston bags for kids online for about S$79.50. You can check it out here!
This fancy car seat seems like it was designed with royal babies in mind. Prince William was first spotted using this to ferry a newborn Prince George from the hospital to Kensington Palace. But all three royal babies have been place in the exact same carrier by their loving parents, confirms the company to Inside Edition.
Do you want your baby to safely ride in style as well? Check out Britax Singapore’s online store. Their car seats go for about S$359 and up.
*feature and lead images from Kensington Royal Instagram page
Republished with permission from: theAsianParent Singapore