Congratulate proud parents on the arrival of their new baby by sending this gorgeous 'A Special Baby' card.
On the 23rd April 2018 the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge became parents for the third time - a lttle brother for Prince George and Princess Charlotte. Welcome the new baby prince with our fun colouring pages and printable activities.
Here's a printable illustrated poster of a lovely old-fashioned pram, straight out of the Victorian era.
Kids can learn to write the new royal baby's name with the help of this handwriting worksheet spelling out Prince Louis!
A pretty colouring page to welcome the arrival of a new royal baby! There's lots of detail in the frame for children to colour in, including two little teddies waving the union flag!
Use this royal baby frame for your own drawing or writing projects. Perhaps the children could colour it in and then find a photo of a new royal prince or princess to cut out and stick in?
Here's a pretty royal baby frame which we've provided both lined and blank so that the kids can write or draw about the arrival of a new royal prince or princess, then, if they want to, colour the frame in.
Here's a fun handwriting practice worksheet for the arrival of a Royal Baby - perfect for when we don't yet know the name! And there's a royal teddy to colour in, too.
Our lovely paper doll for Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge remain popular even through their Royal Wedding has been and gone, and we are expecting the third baby soon!
A fun colouring page presented like an official royal portrait of Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge with the new royal baby, Prince George. It won't be long before we see a new official royal portrait with 3 royal children!
A royal baby is always headline news. Children can write their own front page story with our Will and Kate new arrival newspaper writing prompt.