Is there an adult version of this magical cruiser? We wish.
We may not know the third royal baby's name yet, but we probably already know the stroller Kate Middleton and Prince William's newborn son will enjoy as his means of transportation.
As Architectural Digest reported, the royal family has used the Silver Cross pram stroller since 1926. Now known as the Balmoral Pram, after the castle inside of which Queen Elizabeth II pushed her children around, the baby carriage retails for £1,600, or approximately $2,230. "Known as the Rolls-Royce of prams, due to its high-end design (and the price that goes with it), the Silver Cross pram is said to be the world's first baby carriage, and the style hasn't changed much over the past 140 years," as the editors of Architectural Digest explain.
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Some standout features of the stroller include a hand-stitched hood and apron and a "deeply padded mattress." There's also a patented C-spring suspension that makes for a beautifully steady ride. Is there an adult version of this magical cruiser? We wish.