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kate middleton royal wedding dollThe Franklin Mint

Does Ken come with an Irish Guards' uniform? Because we're going to need a groom for our new toy bride.

Created by The Franklin Mint, this commemorative doll features an exact replica of the Sarah Burton-designed wedding dress with lace bodice and train and the Cartier tiara borrowed from Queen Elizabeth.

Plus, the mini Kate sports a sapphire engagement ring and new wedding band, along with an all-white bridal bouquet.

The doll is currently available for pre-order for $295 at The Franklin Mint. While you're shopping, don't forget to snag her twin -- the Royal Engagement Doll, wearing a copycat version of the blue Issa ensemble.

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