Prince Louis of Cambridge merchandise is already on sale

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge welcomed Prince Louis Arthur Charles of Cambridge on 23 April [Photo: Getty]

Prince Louis Arthur Charles of Cambridge may only be a week old but royal merchandise is already in the works to commemorate his birth.

The Emma Bridgewater pottery base in Staffordshire is renowned for its fast turnover when it comes to producing seriously covetable souvenirs for royal fans across the globe.

Mugs to commemorate the birth of Prince Louis will go on sale at Emma Bridgewater on 4 May [Photo: Emma Bridgewater]

And even the expert ceramics company surpassed itself with its latest line of products dedicated solely to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s third child, Prince Louis.

Head of manufacturing, Steve Beeston, told The Telegraph: “We can respond very, very quickly because of the traditional sponge decorating technique that we use. It allows us to be very responsive and we can get some decorated, fired and off the kiln.”

Emma Bridgewater royal wedding mug, £19.95

Fans take note, the mugs are currently in production and will go on sale on 4 May for £19.95.

This year has proven to be a busy period for the pottery giant – run by Emma Rice née Bridgewater and Matthew Rice – with everything from Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s royal wedding to his cousin Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank’s October nuptials to look forward to.

And with just under three weeks to go until the royal wedding, make sure to check out the pottery line’s commemorative mug before they sell out.

If that isn’t enough to feed your royal obsession, make sure to check out our round-up of the best royal merchandise to shop now from party essentials to life size cutouts of the soon-to-be newlyweds (yup, seriously).

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