Kate Middleton and Prince William, in their wedding best, are now available in doll form.
New dolls of the royal couple were unveiled to the public at the Hamleys toy store in London on Thursday.
The dolls, named Princess Catherine and Prince William, are available for purchase as a set for £100 (about $165 USD). The Catherine doll can also be purchased separately, for half the price.
Famous designers and artists were recruited to make sure every detail was exact, including the dress, tiara and something blue underwear, according to the BBC.
Royal enthusiasts will be quick to note that Princess Catherine is not the correct title of Kate Middleton. After her fairytale wedding to Prince William on Apr. 29, Middleton was given the official title of Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge.
The release of the royal dolls comes just four months after the same toy shop produced limited editions of the Princess Catherine Engagement Doll in anticipation of Middleton's wedding. The doll was reportedly designed by seven British artists.
Scroll down for photos of the new Kate Middleton and Prince William wedding dolls, available to order through the Hamleys toy store Web site.