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royal wedding souvenirsCourtesy of Donkey Productions, Island Puzzles

The Royal Wedding memorabilia just keeps on coming! Two new items hit the Internet this week.

A German company has just released "KaTea and William" tea bags topped with cartoon cutouts of the royal couple. The arms of the cutouts extend and wrap around your cup so you can hang your tea bag from the rim. While the Prince is depicted wearing his military uniform, his bride-to-be wears a wedding gown, veil and her famous blue sapphire engagement ring. She's also shown carrying a fistful of cash. Get a set of two tea bags for $8 from

Comic book publisher Bluewater Productions has just made a deal with Island Puzzles to create puzzles from their most iconic comic book covers. The first cover to get the puzzle treatment? The forthcoming comic devoted to Prince William and Kate's wedding on April 29, entitled, The Royals: Prince William and Kate Middleton. The puzzle features the smiling couple and prominently displays Kate's ring. Each of the limited-edition puzzles contain 500 pieces and are made by hand. Purchase yours for $34.95 from or Order the special collector's edition of the comic book, which is over 40 pages long, for $7.99 from or

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