The Royal Baby Bag: WIN Bill Amberg's Papoose Filled With Goodies Worth Over £1180

25 July 2013 by

In homage to Prince George Alexander Louis of Cambridge, you might have noticed that the magazine this week has taken on a bit of a baby theme. Even our goodie bag giveaway has had a royal makeover with a fantastic haul of goodies for those expecting their own little prince, or princess for that matter. The money raised from text and telephone entries will go to East Anglia Children’s Hospices – of which the Duchess of Cambridge is royal patron. To enter, call 0904 088 1010 or text AMBERG followed by a space and then your contact details to 85088. T&C’s are in the magazine but in the meantime, let’s take a look and see what you can win…

Bill Amberg’s Papoose, worth £495, is possibly the most iconic baby carrier on the market. A firm favourite among the A-list (Jude Law, the Beckhams and Kate Winslet all carried their little ones in style), it’s made from vegetable tanned bridle leather and organic sheepskin. Snug.

If you’re looking for a chic baby gift, why not instil some good habits from the outset and present the little one in question with this Vera Wang for Wedgwood Baby Collection Piggy Bank, worth £40.

It’s unlikely you’ll need an excuse to cuddle any new-born but you won’t be able to keep your hands off them when they’re swaddled in this glorious The Little White Company Pointelle Cashmere Blanket, worth £140.

Every new parent will want to cherish those precious early moments and while you might not get a snap on the steps of the Lindo Wing a la Wills and Kate, you can make your own memories with Samsung’s WB250F digital camera, worth £179.95.

Another A-list favourite – hey, if it’s good enough for Angelina Jolie, it’s good enough for us – Storksak have absolutely nailed making changing bags that are stylish as well as uber practical. We love the Sofia, worth £250.

Every new Mum deserves a bit of pampering and there’s nothing quite as nourishing as Clarins Tonic Body Treatment Oil, worth £38 and Clarins Stretch Mark Control, worth £37.


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