Princess Charlotte’s Fuddlewuddle puppy, with which she was pictured playing in new pictures released by Kensington Palace, has already sold out. The cuddly soft toy puppy created a lot of frenzy when the little royal was captured playing with the stuffed animal. The soft toy made by British company Jelleycat is sold out at various outlets including Amazon, Nordstrom and Diapers.com.
The Kensington Palace released two pictures of Charlotte Sunday. One picture shows her smiling and giggling at her toy dog as she clutches her feet. The fuzzy toy is in pale pink and by Jellycat. The toy is the washable Fuddlewuddle Puppy and costs 17 pounds ($25.62).
Smaller and larger versions of the same toy are on sale from between 11 pounds ($16.58) to 30 pounds ($45.22). “Adorable, loveable, squidgeable, irresistibly silky-soft and huggable: Fuddlewuddle Puppy, its undoubtable, is completely and utterly un-put-downable,” the company describes the toy on its website.
Jellycat was started by brothers William and Thomas Gatacre in 1999. William Gatacre was delighted to see that the cuddly dog is in the royal toybox. “That’s our Fuddlewuddle Puppy. The pictures look lovely,” he confirmed, according to Woman's Day.
The Fuddlewuddle toy can be bought as an elephant, puppy, donkey, lion, bunny or a cat. It is suitable for children of all age groups. The soft toy is sold out in John Lewis, where it retailed for 17 pounds ($25.62). Even, the National Gallery Company, who reportedly was quick to act in letting their customers know they had the toy on sale, has also sold out of the puppy.
The toy is even sold out at Amazon. Charlotte seems to be following the footsteps of her big brother, as many of his outfits have sold out after the prince was pictured wearing them.
In the new pictures taken by Kate Middleton, Charlotte resembles her mother with her chestnut locks and brows. She also has inherited her father Prince William’s blue eyes. Also, the toddler has taken after her brother with the signature “Cambridge cheeks” and the slightly sly smile in the first picture.
However, her nose looks a lot like her grandfather Prince Charles’ at that age. But, the little princess has a strong resemblance to her late grandmother Princess Diana. From those big blue eyes to the eerily-similar facial shape, Diana lives on through her granddaughter.