Five year old Daisy Robinson poses with the new Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge wedding dolls, made by Arklu and which retail as a pair for 100 pounds ($165), during their launch at Hamley's toy shop in London August 18, 2011.    REUTERS/Luke MacGregor
Five year old Daisy Robinson poses with the new Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge wedding dolls, made by Arklu and which retail as a pair for 100 pounds ($165), during their launch at Hamley's toy shop in London August 18, 2011. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor
The new Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge wedding dolls, made by Arklu and retailing as a pair for 100 pounds ($165) are seen during their launch at Hamley's toy shop in London August 18, 2011.    REUTERS/Luke MacGregor
The new Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge wedding dolls, made by Arklu and retailing as a pair for 100 pounds ($165) are seen during their launch at Hamley's toy shop in London August 18, 2011. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor
Five year old Daisy Robinson poses with the new Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge wedding dolls, made by Arklu and which retail as a pair for 100 pounds ($165), during their launch at Hamley's toy shop in London August 18, 2011.  REUTERS/Luke MacGregor
Five year old Daisy Robinson poses with the new Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge wedding dolls, made by Arklu and which retail as a pair for 100 pounds ($165), during their launch at Hamley's toy shop in London August 18, 2011. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor

They look like they’ve come from the top of a wedding cake.

Not that they’d have a hope of fitting on one.

At 12 inches high, this royal bride and groom are meant to be collected, cuddled and no doubt left behind the sofa.

The Kate and William dolls, which cost £50 each, have gone on sale at Hamleys toy store and are aimed at children from three and over.

In real life, the royal bride is known for her modesty. The doll version, which the makers say is meant to be eccentric, looks decidedly big-headed.

But little girls who want their very own princess in the toybox won’t mind a bit. - Daily Mail