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How Will Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Outfit Their New Child? A Look Back at Royally Beloved Baby Accessories

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Will Meghan Markle have a baby shower? That was the question floating around royal fans online this weekend. While CNN royal commentator Victoria Arbiter told The Mirror that “They are clearly very wealthy and a lavish baby shower would be seen as highly inappropriate,” others pointed to the way-back-when rumors that Pippa Middleton may have thrown her sister, Kate, a shower before the birth of Prince George. Plus, in America, baby showers are quite common regardless of economic standing.

But whether or not a soiree is in the works, what does one get an expecting royal?

For all three of their children, Kate Middleton and Prince William used Britax Baby Safe Car Seat, which retails for around 200 dollars. All the babies also emerged from the hospital wrapped in the same blanket—Nottingham Lace Knitted Baby Shawl by G.H. Hurt and Sons.

Then there’s a royal rite of passage: the Silver Cross Pram, which is called “the Rolls Royce of Prams,” and has been used by the royal family since 1927. Kate and William have their own model, which they memorably showed off at Princess Charlotte’s christening. (However, according to paparazzi photos, the family opts for a more casual cruiser for day-to-day use.)

Another favorite royal baby item? Stuffed animals from British brand Jellycat—Charlotte was pictured with their toy puppy for an official portrait. Elsewhere in the nursery, a white wicker basket by Blue Almonds was once captured on camera.

It’s also said that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are designing an eco-friendly nursery, complete with vegan paint. There are plenty of vegan baby products on the market now, such as Maisonette’s vegan crib mattress or Estella’s organic rattles.

While Baby Sussex will likely want for not, don’t expect a spoiled tot: according to the Times of London, Harry and Meghan are eager for their child to have “a relatively normal life.” And hey, even royal kids have Ikea furniture.

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