Want more than just a royal wedding commemorative T-shirt or tea towel? Fans of Prince William and Kate Middleton are now offering an impressive array of fun items, including fashion dolls, comic books, toy sets and even condoms.

Fits like a glove
Handmade in Scotland, these 100-percent lambswool, camel-colored gloves feature the royal couple's names and, of course, an engagement ring. Available at donnawilson.com for £35.
Commemorative condoms
The "Crown Jewels: Condoms of Distinction" feature the happy royal couple smiling at each other. "Lie back and think of England," recommends the company's website. "Like a royal wedding, intercourse with a loved one is an unforgettable occasion." These sell for £13.50 for a 3-pack of 9 condoms, available at crownjewelscondoms.com.
All dolled up
This 17-inch, limited-edition fashion doll shows the bride-to-be in her blue Issa designer dress and wearing Princess Diana's iconic sapphire engagement ring. The doll is available at the Paradise Galleries store on Amazon.com.
Playing around
Early Learning Centre's children's play set includes the bride and groom sitting in a gold-trimmed horse-drawn carriage, flanked by the Queen of England, Prince Phillip and their favorite corgi, with a Royal Cavalry soldier and foot soldier standing guard. Available at Early Learning Centre for £15.
Looking animated
"The Royals" follows Prince William throughout his privileged upbringing, schooling, hardships and eight-year romance with Kate. The 32-page comic, on sale for $3.99, will also feature fictional details of the royal wedding, including Kate’s dress, the couple’s honeymoon location and more. You can order the comic book at comicshoplocator.com.
They nailed it
Butter London is due to release a limited edition nail lacquer in honor of Kate Middleton's engagement. The shade is said to be gray-blue with glitter galore and is cleverly dubbed "No More Waity, Katie", a facetious play on the endearing "Waity Katie" nickname given to her pre-engagement.
The dish on Will and Kate
KK Outlet's plates boast funny, clever slogans, including "Thanks for the free day off," "Economic crisis? What economic crisis?" and "It should have been me." The collection is available at kkoutlet.com.
Seeing double
Kate Bevan, a Kate Middleton look-alike, poses for a photograph with a knitted toy inspired by the forthcoming royal wedding, at a toy fair in London on Jan. 25, 2011.
Silver spoons
Souvenir silver plated spoons for the royal wedding of Britain's Prince William and Kate Middleton are pictured in a shop in central London on Jan. 18, 2011.
All dressed up
Fashion label Reiss has re-created the "Nanette" frock that the princess-to-be wore for her engagement photo session with Mario Testino. As part of the Spring/Summer 2011 collection, the frilly white dress has been produced in a lighter-weight fabric (while still maintaining its original style). It will be available in Reiss stores beginning Feb. 7.
Harry situation
One of the more humorous books about the royal wedding that has been released is "Prince Harry's Field Guide to Surviving a Royal Wedding."
Going for gold
This £5 gold-plated silver coin was released as a special tribute to Prince William and Kate Middleton on the occasion of their engagement. The special betrothal design received royal approval from Prince William and Queen Elizabeth.
Piece of ash
Souvenir ashtrays for the royal wedding are pictured in a shop in central London on Jan. 20, 2011.
This T-shirt features a photo of Prince William and Kate Middleton at the wedding of a close friend in October 2010. It sells for £8.50 ($13.50), and is available on eBay.com.
Getting mugged
Mugs commemorating the forthcoming marriage of Prince William to Kate Middleton are stacked at the Prince William Pottery Company in Liverpool, England, on Nov. 23, 2010.
Off the cuff
Souvenir cuff links for the royal wedding are pictured in a shop in central London on Jan. 20, 2011.
Faking it
The "Princess Simulated Sapphire Ring" features an oval, faceted simulated gemstone surrounded by a sparkling border of clear, round simulated diamonds in prong settings. The ring is available at Kenneth Jay Lane stores.
Family jewels
Souvenir jewelry boxes featuring the happy royal couple are seen at a shop in London on Jan. 27, 2011.
For whom the bell tolls
The Prince William and Kate Middleton limited-edition royal wedding bell features the newly created monogram of the intertwined initials of the bride and groom. The bell is being sold by hanleymarketing on eBay.com.
Magnetic couple
Souvenir refrigerator magnets to mark Prince William and Kate Middleton's wedding are on sale at a shop in London on Jan. 27, 2011.
For the pill of it
A commemorative pillbox bears the date of Prince William and Kate Middleton's wedding.
Going postal
Souvenir postcards featuring Prince Charles and Princess Diana as well as Prince William and Kate Middleton are seen at a shop in London, Jan. 27, 2011.
Mouse trap
Fans can click away with the Prince William and Kate Middleton Black Design mouse pad.
A thimble of my love
This fine bone thimble commemorates the April 29th wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton.

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