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Kate Middleton's family have been in contact with über-posh baby store Petit Tresor in LA and been eyeing up the Notte Fatata line.

But Kate and Wills' baby won't be getting all brand new luxury gifts for their firstborn.

In fact, the Duchess of Cambridge, 31, will be given the Silver Cross pram made for Queen Elizabeth and used by every generation since.

Queen Victoria's 1841 christening gown was used until 2004 and Kate's baby will wear the replica - worn by Prince Edward's son Viscount Severn

The Queen's rocking horse, given to her by her mum when she was Princess Elizabeth, is also expected to be passed down and Kate and Wills have permission to borrow the toys from Queen Victoria's children which are in a museum. 

Read more about Kate Middleton in Now magazine dated 28 January 2013 - out now!  

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