12/13/2013 10:59 am ET Updated Dec 06, 2017

Prince George Doll Is Almost Too Lifelike... (PHOTOS)

Not sure what to get the royal watcher in your life for Christmas? We suggest this questionably creepy Prince George doll, created by artist Fiorenza Biancheri and currently on sale at The Ashton-Drake Galleries online.

The porcelain baby doll, which actually hit the web shortly after Georgie's birth back in the summer, has the royal baby in the only outfit we've really seen him in: his frilly christening gown, complete with lace, chiffon and ribbon. Oh, and it comes with a coordinating pillow, in case His Royal Highness' head gets weary.

Having a mini version of the historic christening gown is actually rather cool, seeing as the garment contains such history. (George's was in fact a replica of the one worn by Victoria, Princess Royal, for her christening in 1841, and has been worn by British royal babies since 2008.) But the rest of the extravagant Prince George doll, particularly his hair, is slightly less appealing. It's almost too lifelike to belong on a shelf... or worse, adorning someone's bed.

However, if porcelain dolls are really your thing, you can get your own delicate Georgie for just $149.99. Will you buy one?

In doll form:

prince george doll

prince george doll

The real thing:

baby georgie

He IS pretty darn cute:

Prince George's Christening

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