All of these products please.
Then not a couple of days later, we got to see Archie once more as Meghan Markle took her young son to watch Princes Harry and William play polo alongside Kate Middleton and her three children. What was different about this appearance, was that he was draped in a rather smart blanket.
And just like that, the world wanted to know where they could get their hands on the same blanket. And surprise, surprise there is now a waiting list for it.
Much like when Meghan, Kate, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis are seen wearing something, instantly people take note and hit the internet in search of them.
Yes, it turns out the Meghan Markle effect surpasses the Duchess’ wardrobe and also seems to cover baby brands.
We have found the blanket used by Meghan to shield little Archie from the cold and added it to our list of the baby brands that we think are fit for a royal baby.
From the moment you find out you’re pregnant, to the moment your little one arrives, there are so many things to worry about and endless things to consider, so finding the right baby brands and products shouldn’t be another thing to add to your list.
Thankfully, we’ve done the hard part for you. From incredibly handy, space-saving prams to artisanal moses baskets to make other mums jealous. From baby gyms that won’t ruin your interior aesthetic to chic changing bags that could be worn at fashion week. Here are some on-trend baby brands and their products to browse.
So get involved with the royal baby fever, sit back and scroll…
The very outfit that Prince George was seen in at Princess Charlotte's christening.
You've obviously heard of Bugaboo, everyone's heard of Bugaboo. And there's a reason, because it's the go-to for basically every celebrity you can think of. Including, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who apparently opted for the Fox version. It's become somewhat of a fashion accessory, which also has great suspension, reversible seat and adjustable handlebar. Plus the fabric is made from recycled plastic bottles.
Yes, this is the actual blanket used by Meghan Markle at a recent polo match. Join the queue and pre-order yours now.
Who says that you can't have a smart and chic baby bouncer? BabyBjörn that's who. There are seven colours of this ergonomic bouncer to choose from - from baby pink to a rusty orange.
Sheepskin wool keeps babies warm in winter and cool during the hot summer months. Which is why they are a pram essential. Just pop it in your buggy for your little one to sit on. Make like Pippa Middleton and choose one with a bit of pizazz. We love this striped Binibamba version.
You COULD buy your baby a cute little teddy bear or puppy, but wouldn't it be infinitely better to buy a huge octopus with legs that can be played with? We think so.
Yes it will most likely get covered in all sorts during nappy changes, but isn't lovely?! Plus it can be folded away with one hand and has handy pocket inside to hold a nappy and a muslin.
La Coqueta is one of those brands that you'll fall in love with as soon as you clap eyes on their utterly cute outfits. This little two piece is PERFECT for your babe's departure from hospital. Plus, it has the Royal seal of approval, because Prince Louis was spotted wearing one of their blue and white rompers for Prince Charles' official 70th birthday pic.
According to a study, carried babies cry 43% less than those who are in prams the whole time. If that isn't incentive, we don't know what is. Fornessi Studio's super soft wraps can be used from newborn to a year old. They aid healthy hip development and supports the rounded 'C' shape of a newborn's spine.
If you haven't heard of Meri Meri, we suggest you do a little google. It's the kids and party brand loved by parents for its playful creativity. Why have a naff rattle, when you can have a super cute and smiley pear?
Muslins are almost as vital as nappies. These and durable fabrics mop up hands, faces, clothes, you name it, as well as keeping your baby comfortable. We're a little bit in love with these blue ones from Organic Zoo.
Whilst they won't really start walking until they're around a year old, their tootsies should be kept warm. And have you ever seen a sweeter pair of booties in your life? Serious question.
Show us a chicer, more fabulous, more incredible crib. Go on, we dare you. Because we don't think you'll be able to.
Sleepyheads have taken the parenting game by storm. These cushioned baby nests can be put anywhere - on a bed, on a table, inside a cot - and remind the baby of being inside the womb. Opt for a jazzy printed cover.
If you've spent a lot of time and money making your house look like a magazine spread, don't mess up the look with a garish baby gym. Go for a simple wooden one that can be popped on top of...
This beyond joyful playmat.
I think we can all agree that we wish we had had our own ball pit in our rooms when we were younger. This completely genius toy will get your some serious parenting brownie points.
Tiba & Marl are THE go-to brand for functionality and fashion. Each of their rucksacks comes with a padded changing mat, isulated bottle holder, internal padded laptop sleeve, two elasticated pockets for wipes and nappies and a removable cross body bag. All the while being really stylish.
Toddlekind are very clever. They've designed non toxic playmats that look just like high end rugs.
Kick start your child's imagination by setting up a teepees in their bedroom. We can't think of a better place for storytelling.
This pram is about to change your life. It can be folded up so small that it fits into a rucksack. Travelling with your little one just got easier.
Moses baskets have a habit of looking twee. Not from Tobs + Ror they don't. These handwoven baskets are made from elephant grass by artisans in Ghana. 5% of the profits go to the Baby Heroes of Africa Foundation.
Baby carrier, but make it fashion. Anna, the founder, wanted to create something that allowed mothers to keep their identity and demonstrate self confidence. Just look at the campaign imagery... This is one cool product.
Whilst changing mats are, of course, a necessity. This changing basket is beyond chic and right up our street. Not only does the muted shade mean it will fit in perfectly with any colour palette you choose from, but the high sides will stop any runaway, rolling babies.