As far as jumping on the royal baby bandwagon goes - well, who hasn't? No really, my inbox has literally been inundated with every new royal baby-themed product imaginable. I thought I'd seen it all.
But that was before I'd clocked eyes on THIS T-shirt by British fashion designer Madame Allsorts. Yes that would be a newborn "royal baby", breast feeding complete with "God Save The Queen" tattoo.
We got in touch with the Madame Allsorts herself to get all the need-to-know deets on the T-shirt design and exactly what she thinks of the royals...
What made you want to design this royal baby T-shirt?
Every time I looked at a royal baby bib I was screaming inside, so I thought it was important to design an alternative. My mind threw up this royal baby T-shirt as I wanted to bring literal translation to milking the royal birth.
How has it been selling?
It's sold out.
Will you be designing anything else with Prince George in mind?
I do have an idea in mind for the christening!
Would you call yourself a royalist?
I'm transfixed by the pomp and the sense of occasion they muster. I can see the debate from both sides but politically I feel they sit above any issues we may have in the country.
What are your thoughts on the Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton?
I feel she's very role appropriate but perhaps a little bland for my personal taste. I'd quite like to see her in my royal baby T-shirt but I won't hold my breath on that one.
As far a kooky, over-the-top fashion design goes Madame Allsorts is your go to girl. Her website boasts "couture" fashion lines, Punky Allsorts (her jewellery and accessories lines) AND music.
If you fancy picking yourself up one of these royal baby breastfeeding t-shirts it'll set you back £50 but is GUARANTEED to turn heads.