Mattel's collector's edition Duke and Duchess of Cambridge versions of Barbie and Ken have been released, and are quite regal - and realistic for miniature dolls!
Case in point: Barbie Kate Middleton isn't as voluptuous as the blonde original, while William/Ken isn't nearly as much of a fake-tanned metrosexual douche.
The toy company is releasing the special Prince William and Kate Middleton figurines in time to mark the real-life royal couple's one-year anniversary April 29.
Here they are, outfitted in their royal wedding attire:
William's red military jacket with a blue sash is a surprisingly accurate replica, as are Kate's Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen gown, tiara and engagement ring.
Kate Middleton has been a doll before, if you remember - last year, the Franklin Mint made an engagement edition - and in a different sense, she's a doll every day.
Sadly for those stateside, when the royal Barbie-and-Ken dolls go on sale for $155 from Amazon.com U.K. come April 7, they will not be offered in North America.
Shoppers throughout Europe, on the other hand, can buy all they want and charge absurd sums on eBay. International online commerce at its finest, people.