The royal wedding gets fried and stuffed. The heart shape is as cute as one of Kate's little hats, but Dunkin' Donuts may do the couple a disservice by including their nuptials in one of America's most unhealthy breakfasts. GALLERY: royal wedding dresses of past princesses
Thanks to Amazon.com, anyone with an address can also have Will and Kate over to wade in tea.
If you've ever been to London's Heathrow airport, you would think Walkers shortbread was the only thing British people ate. Of course this buttery treat from Scotland now comes in a commemorative royal wedding container.
If Walkers shortbread has a special tin, then, of course, McVitie's, a company that makes the royals' favorite cookie and that will be making one of the royal wedding cakes, would have to have one, too. ARTICLE: 10 things Kate can't do once married to Will
The least likely food to get the royal wedding treatment: Cat food. The Cat Food Factory has produced an organic cat food with a pink can that features a Kate cat and a Will cat in tiara and top hat.
Castle Rock Brewery, located in Nottingham, has collaborated with an engaged couple in the same town to make this new 'real ale' with an adorable label. The groom to-be described the taste as "magic."
Halewood, a Liverpool-based drink manufacturor and distributor, has come out with a Prince William Champagne, a label it says it has owned the rights to for more than 20 years. A bottle with this limited edition commemorative label retails for 25 pounds. GALLERY: 10 ways to avoid the royal wedding
For Americans who feel left out of the festivities, we can buy the royal wedding-inspired ice cream cake at Baskin Robbins. It's chocolate mousse ice cream decorated with 30 white and blue English roses.
If you're planning to throw a royal wedding party of your own, you might need a big round edible cake topper of Will and Kate's engagement photo. Cupcake and rectangular sizes available, as well.
The Biscuiteers, a company that sends out cookie gift boxes with themes like 'safari,' 'Paris,' and 'lingerie,' now has a royal wedding collection that includes cookies shaped and iced like Kate's engagement ring, a wedding cake, and Westminster Abbey. ARTICLE: Crazy royal memorabilia