All Things Regal to Celebrate the Birth of Prince George

By Inhabitots

Over the past week we have highlighted the birth of England's heir to the throne, Prince George! Here's a look back at our coverage. We think OK! Magazine royally goofed up by running a headline about Kate Middleton's postpartum workout regime just one day after the new mom stepped foot out of the hospital after giving birth. In better news, we hope Kate and Prince William use their very public profile to influence others and set trends in the realm of green parenting. Here's how we think the new parents can raise a royal green baby. Looking for the perfect gift for the VIP baby in your life? We've rounded up eco-friendly royal baby goodies fit for a future king. If all this talk of the monarchy has you craving a spot of tea, read our green party guide on how to host a kid-friendly royal tea party. Little ones can relate to all the good news by playing with this adorable royal princess and baby boy felt doll set. Who says diapers can't do double duty as fancy pants? Check out gDiapers' gRegal diaper cover that is positively posh. Does your kiddo need a place to hold court? This fortress bureau is a regal desk for kids. This set of reclaimed mini natural wood castle blocks make building a palace easy for tykes. And let your child see what it's like to be king or queen for a day (or more!) with a personalized wool felt crown that's all their own.

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