Tuesday, April 19, 2011

10 Days to go....

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Kiss Me Kate, specially-brewed for the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton, at the Castle Rock Brewery in Nottingham (Rui Vieira/PA Wire)

Crown Jewels Condoms Of Distinction (PA)

Hand knitted royal couple dolls, at the Galt stand pictured during the Toy Fair at Olympia (Matt Crossick/EMPICS Entertainment)

Mugs commemorating the marriage Prince William and Kate Middleton (AP Photo/Tim Hales)

Loving all the weird and wacky memorabilia around for the Royal Wedding.

Royal Wedding Activity Book (Perfectly Pretty)

A teabag tribute for Prince William and his bride-to-be Kate Middleton (AP)

I do love the teabags

A Lego model depicting an imaginary scene from the forthcoming Royal Wedding. The scene in the front of Buckingham Palace includes models of the Wedded couple, HRH Prince William and wife to be Kate Middleton. Lego models of distinguished guests including the Beckham's, Sir Elton John, and Sir Paul McCartney complete the scene.  (Photo by Dan Kitwood/Getty Images)

Crockery rarely gets one excited but with a royal wedding, we'll make an exception for KK Outlet's recently unveiled 'unofficial' Wills and Kate souvenir plates. Many of the sentiments may not be wholly endorsed by The Palace, but we love the fact that April 29 2011 is already proving to be a special day for millions of fans of that other institution so enjoyed by Australians and British alike: the public holiday. (WENN.com)

The William and Kate Dress-Up Dolly book brings the regal event back to nostalgic traditions. The William and Kate Dress-Up Dolly book places the two lovebirds at polo matches, garden parties and finally their marriage ceremony, allowing the reader to dress them for each occasion. (WENN.com)

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