When all is said and done and Prince William and Kate Middleton say, “Oi do”, retail stores in and around London are expected to have pulled in as much as £550 million in profit. Needless to say, the competition has been insane as stores want as much of that as they can get. That’s why it pays to be an online retailer these days. Designers and retailers have been selling Royal Wedding merchandise on sites like Etsy, eBay and Amazon for months – as sites like Best Week Ever, Digital Spy and Oddee have excellently pointed out – and you can bet your crown-jeweled butts that they have thought of everything.
In one day of searching Royal Wedding merchandise on the aforementioned sites, I found enough knick-knacks and doohickeys to fill my kitchen, bathrooms, dining room, den, home office, S&M pleasure dungeon and bedrooms if I were, you know, completely obsessed with the marriage of WillKat (trademarked by my team of Uproxx cyborg lawyers). But there are people out there who are
deranged so excited when it comes to this majestic union, so I put together this little buyers guide for the aficionados and collectors who want to remember this Royal Wedding for the rest of their lives.
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