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.
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.