Kate Middleton’s family have been accused of cashing in on baby Archie.
The Duchess of Cambridge’s parents, Carole and Michael Middleton, are flogging personalised party goodies emblazoned with the royal tot’s name.
They are plugging the range using child models, around the same age as the young royal.
Little boys are pictured on numerous celebratory birthday cakes of all kinds with colourful banners carrying Archie’s name.
The Middletons’ Party Pieces site reads: “Our wide range of personalised photo banners are perfect for girls and boys birthday parties.
“Add a personal touch by adding a name and age or write your own custom message and a photo of the special birthday boy or girl.”
Kate Middleton’s parents have been accused of cashing in before by selling royal-themed goods online.
These include inflatable crowns, queen and princess wigs, and corgi flags.
Shortly after the announcement their daughter – the Duchess of Cambridge – was expecting her first child, they advertised baby goods.
They were also criticised for selling Loom Band kits after Kate and Prince William were spotted wearing the elastic bracelets.
The latest attempt to “jump on the royal bandwagon” has been slammed by royal fans.
Taking to social media, one wrote sarcastically: “They are good at being discrete.”
Another said: “I can’t believe they’ve had the cheek to to this again.
“Always jumping on the royal bandwagon with whatever event is coming up. It’s disgraceful.”
While another commented: “I can’t believe they’re cashing in on little Archie now too.”