Photo Credit: Reuters/The Royal Collection
While most engaged couples spend time deciding what china pattern to register for for their new household, the soon-to-be-married Prince William and Kate Middleton have spent time approving china in their likeness for the public to buy.
Over the weekend, Prince William's office debuted the items commissioned by The Royal Collection, the palace department responsible for the royal family's art collection.
The gold-and-platinum souvenirs, available for purchase at royal palaces and online, include a tankard, plate and pill box with the couple's initials, the prince's emblem and the date of the wedding, April 29, 2011.
Perhaps it's a British thing -- because we certainly didn't see such paraphernalia when Chelsea Clinton, the American equivalent of royalty, got married this past summer -- but we can't exactly picture having the designs, however pretty, in our china cabinets. Let alone forking over the roughly $40 to $60 for the souvenirs.
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