Prince William and Kate's son created a big demand for souvenirs even before it was born. Check out a few things you can get to commemorate the royal birth.
Whether you like commemorative egg cups or are just looking for a new set of dishes, there's already a set of commemorative fine bone China available from Milly Green.
Just need a mug of tea instead of an entire place setting Try one of these mugs from Sophie Allport.
Cookie maker Biscuiteers has tins of royal baby biscuits that can be personalized for any expectant couple, royal or not.
If your baby prefers to look forward to her reign, try this jumper instead.
Show your little one is a fan of Queen Elizabeth with this romper from Little Delivery.
Quiet your baby like a future queen with this pacifier from Zazzle.
JoJo Maman Bebe has baby booties fit for a tiny prince or princess.
For more official royal baby booties, get this pair from Highgrove, Prince Charles' country home.
"Shhh! Don’t Wake the Royal Baby," be Martha Mumford. This picture book details the wacky attempts made by the royal family to get the new prince or princess to sleep.
Book publisher Bloomsbury has also created a birth certificate that you can add to your royal baby scrapbook.
Auntie Pippa hasn't been left out of the royal baby frenzy, as this bib from Beauty & the Bib shows. (You can also get this design personalized.)
Sick of all the baby coverage? Grab a royal baby sick bag, brought to you by Lydia Leith, the same artist who created the royal wedding sick bag a few years ago.
Make your baby look fit to guard the palace in this Royal Collection sleep suit.
Call or text your friends to announce the royal birth with this cover from Zazzle cradling your iPhone.
This pillow from Vault is fit for a royal head.
Look back at the royal romance of parents-to-be William and Kate.
Lompoc Police Chief Patrick Walsh has been on the job for about a month and now has a third officer who's been criminally charged this year while off-duty.
What was said to be a young Great White shark took two bites on an outrigger canoe Sunday three miles off the Santa Barbara coast. The woman on board was sent into the ocean, but was not harmed.
Medical examiners in Las Vegas couldn't determine what killed a 27-year-old California woman whose body was found in September in the Nevada desert.
A woman is behind bars this morning after police say she rear-ended another vehicle while driving drunk.It happened Saturday afternoon when police say 53-year-old San Luis Obispo resident Lisa Davis was driving along Marsh Street.They say her Ford F-150 rear-ended a Subaru Outback stopped at a red light.The victim suffered a minor injury.Officers say Davis was driving under a suspended license from a prior DUI. She also had an active warrant for her arrest for failure to appear on a prior DUI arrest.
Santa Barbara police are investigating a stabbing in the Mesa area of Santa Barbara.
Five students at the Waldorf School have pertussis
High Surf Advisory is in effect for the Central Coast through Thursday.
On the November ballot Measure P is an ordinance prohibiting certain petroleum operations.
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Douglas MacArthur returns to the Philippines, Nixon sets off the "Saturday Night Massacre," Jackie Kennedy remarries, the Sydney Opera House opens, tragedy strikes Lynyrd Skynyrd, and Muammar Gaddafi is killed, all on this day.
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