In case you haven't heard: Kate Middleton has gone into labor.
And as the world awaits today for the arrival of the future heir or heiress, celebrations have been planned for weeks in England -- and everyone is getting a piece of the action. For instance, Lucinda Croft of the shop Dragons of Walton Street has designed the 'Suite Dreams' at Grosvenor House in London. The hotel room has been designed to accommodate the royal baby and comes complete with hand-painted play tables, prams and the softest of blankets. It hasn't been confirmed if Will and Kate will be taking advantage of this luxe accommodation, but non-royals can reserve the suite at the price tag of about $3,500 a night. Fun fact: Croft's mother prepared Prince William's nursery in 1982.
Watch the video above for a closer look at the suite, and let us know what you think. Oh, and p.s. there is also apparently a crocheted "royal baby" in the works.
Be sure to click through our slideshow to see some of the more, er, unusual ways people are preparing for the birth.
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