As the countdown continues until the arrival of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's baby, the Royal Collection has already released a "Royal Baby Bear 2019".
Harry and Meghan's first born - a great-grandchild of the Queen - is expected to be born in the next few days.
The new limited edition cream bear, which costs £125, has been handmade by traditional Shropshire-based teddy bear makers, Merrythought, especially for the Royal Collection.
Only 100 of the 19cm-tall toys - made using alpaca fleece with 100% cotton back and pure silk - are available to buy.
The bear, finished with a cream bow around its neck, has an embroidered golden crown and "2019" on one of its feet.
Parents-to-be Harry and Meghan have already received a number of teddy bears for Baby Sussex on their travels - on Fraser Island in Queensland, Australia, and on a royal visit to Birkenhead in Merseyside.
China souvenirs and other royal baby memorabilia were produced following the birth of the Cambridges' children Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.