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All 3 Royal Babies Left the Hospital in This P4,000 Wool Blanket

The Nottingham-based brand, G.H. Hurt & Son, is a royal family favorite.
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Who doesn't want the best for their child? With these luxury products, your little one can live like a royal. Here are 12 of Will and Kate's favorite car seats, strollers, and clothes for their tiny heirs.

G.H. Hurt & Son Super Fine Merino Wool Christening Shawl


Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and the newborn prince all made their first public appearances swaddled in this delicate wrap. The Nottingham-based brand has been producing classic and luxury lace blankets for 100 years.
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Cath Kidston Printed Rucksack


Princess Charlotte's adorable first-day of school backpack almost broke the internet with cuteness. Cath Kidston, a favorite of Kate Middleton's, produces kid's gear and clothing in London.
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Britax Baby Safe Car Seat


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Early trendsetter Prince George took his first ride in the luxury newborn car seat shown here, available in green and red as well.
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Rachel Riley Heritage Collection


Prince George could be the lead model for this London-based childrenswear designer, seen in the eponymous Rachel Riley cord short and shirt set for a portrait with then-baby sister, Charlotte.
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Irulea Bonnet


Rumor has it that the Spanish royal nanny, Maria Teresa Turrion's, mother purchased this Spanish-brand bonnet for Princess Charlotte's reveal at the steps of the Lindo Wing at St. Mary's Hospital, London.
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Star-Rite Jo, Buckle T-Bar Shoe


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Prince George's Mary-Janes have a longstanding history on the feet of royal boys.
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Pepa & Co. Outerwear


The ultra-tailored and classic peacoat shown here on Prince George sold out just moments after he was photographed in it, but Pepa & Co. has been making other similarly chic outerwear preferred by Will and Kate for their little royals.
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Aden + Anais Classic Swaddles


The adorable bird-printed swaddle on Prince George here is sold in variety packs, with adorable prints from animals to pop culture classics.
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Silver Cross Balmoral Pram


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Seen here carting Princess Charlotte to her christening, the Silver Cross pram has been named "the Rolls Royce" in prams, and includes chrome detailing.
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Silver Cross Sleepover Elegance Pram


Duchess Kate has reportedly been seen walking about with Prince George in one of these luxury strollers, which includes a plush leathery changing bag.
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Blue Almonds Wicker Moses Basket


Kate Middleton was seen purchasing a similar basket from luxury children's brand, Blue Almonds, with mother Carole before the birth of George in 2013.
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Range Rover Vogue SE


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The Royals seem to have a longstanding history with Range Rover, as both the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, as well as the Queen, have owned one. This 2013 model Range Rover Vogue SE was used to carry Prince George home from the hospital, and was later put up for auction.
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This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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