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Whisbear prepares gift for royal baby

Whisbear has prepared a very special gift to celebrate the birth of the third descendant of the British successor to the throne.

This is not the first time the Polish company has benefitted from a royal connection, as the company’s founders Zuzanna and Julia Sielicka sent the Humming Bear to Kensington Palace as a gift when Princess Charlotte was born.

They also met the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge last July. The duchess thanked us for the gift for her daughter”, recalled Julia, before adding to William, “We have to have more children!”

A few weeks later, Kensington Palace announced that Kate was actually expecting her third child.

“From the beginning of the third pregnancy, we have been keeping our fingers crossed for Kate. I have three children with a small age difference and I know that it is not easy to manage everything, even when you live in a beautiful palace”, added Zuzanna.

This year, Whisbear will be sending the Duchess its latest product, E-zzy the Sloth, whose official premiere at UK retail will take place soon.

E-zzy is a great multi-purpose 3-in-1 product – a baby sleep monitor, pink noise sleep aid and parent’s assistant, all in the form of a smiling, soft sloth that connects to the parent’s phone application.

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