Most expensive baby buys? 16 luxury gifts

When the price tag's no problem, your baby can live in the world of diamond dummies, cashmere sleepsuits and 4-poster cots


William Sharp Cashmere Sleepsuit, Hat and Sock Set, £354

Your baby will be whisked away to a dream world of style and comfort in the gorgeously soft-to-the-touch William Sharp Pink Cashmere Sleepsuit, complete with equally plush matching fuschia hat and socks. Crystal buttons complete the look and make for a dazzling night’s sleep.


Lulla Smith Pretty Baby Crib Linen Set, £1193.04

At the eye-watering cost of £1193.04, the fabulously frilly Lulla Smith Pretty Baby Crib Linen Set reigns supreme in the world of baby bedding. Your baby can reportedly join the likes of Suri Cruise by drifting off in this silky linen set (but hopefully not in the garden).


Fendi-Inglesina Classic Logo Pram, £1324

It may not be the most expensive pushchair on the market but the Fendi-Inglesina pram is certainly one of the most knowing in its luxury appeal, oozing style, elegance and let’s face it, expensiveness. On top of its chic look, the pram boasts an impressive array of useful functions including a multi-position recline, practical carrying straps attached to the carrycot and full suspension, keeping your baby happy on afternoon strolls in the park.


Fendi Bottle & Zucca Print Holder, £96

If the Fendi-Inglesina pram leaves you and your fashion-forward baby wanting more, you can complete the look with the Fendi Bottle & Zucca Print Holder for a meagre £96! While this may be (just slightly) more expensive than the average baby bottle, it is surely a must-have for all your future Vogue editors and haute couture designers. 


Vintage Circus Toy Chest, £2070

Ever wondered where Kate and Will will keep the baby toys, books and royal bits and pieces? Well this could be your answer. This hand-painted birch and alder wood Vintage Circus Toy Chest would surely look splendid in any royal nursery.

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