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William and Kate Royal Addition Cheese Available at Whole Foods Market

Those of us anticipating the arrival of the royal stork can now celebrate in the most cheesy way possible.

Whole Foods Market is announcing the launch of Westminster William and Kate Royal Addition Cheddar Cheese.

The cheese celebrates the upcoming arrival of William and Kate's baby -- the first royal heir to be born in over 25 years.

The all-natural, white cheddar is made by Somerdale Classic English Cheese in Wellington, Somerset, one of England's leading importers of cheese to the United States. Aged forEbay 12 months, the cheese has a "creamy yet savory flavor".

The cheese is now available at all Whole Foods Markets by the piece at $9.99 per pound. It's also available in a 10-pound wheel (which, coincidentally, happens to be about the same weight as an infant) exclusively at WFM. The cheese is available for a limited time and will likely become a collectors item destined for Ebay...or a delicious snack while watching Entertainment Tonight!

Now, if Kim Kardashian and Kanye West would only make some signature "North West" baguettes, we'd have a complete baby-themed party platter!

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