Food fun with the royal baby!

Are these royal baby food products stretching the point in the name of marketing? Oh yes, but you have to admire them...

by Carol Muskoron

I'm keeping an eye out for royal baby food memorabilia (you've got to have a hobby), and so far I've come across these gems...


Marks & Spencer are ready for the royal birth - they're waiting for the news that the royal baby has arrived before they put their brilliantly-named royal pear juice in-store, at £2.19 for 1 litre.


To be in with a chance to win one of these fab pink or blue cookers , you have to guess the birth date and sex of the royal baby.


Which one of the English Provender Co's curds will come off sale once the baby is born? Royal BLUEberry Curd and Royal PINK grapegruit curd? It's anybody's guess...

Let me know if you come across any more royal baby marketing. Meanwhile check out our 'pear to the throne' recipes - oh, alright, they're just pear recipes, but they're really nice!

And if you're a knitter with royal baby fever, why not try our knit-your-own royal baby pattern? Go on, you know you want to!

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Carla  Griscti

Carla Griscti

Editorial assistant on allaboutyou; Music lover, travel bee and food fanatic.

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Emma Marsden

Emma Marsden

Food consultant of All About You, loves creating something out of nothing and decluttering.

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Bernadette Fallon

Editor of All About You; an online journalist with a fetish for glossy magazines.

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Adrienne  Wyper

Adrienne Wyper

Deputy editor of All About You. I love cycling, cooking and creating

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Carol Muskoron

Associate editor of All About You, loves life (mostly) and one-pan recipes (always).

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