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A company in Dorset United Kingdom is out quite a bit of money after releasing items depicting the arrival of the Royal Baby. The unnamed firm had about 5,000 commemorative plates made up, picturing an adorable baby girl in the center.
Many folks commercially benefited from the public celebration surrounding birth of Prince George.
However, one company in Dorset, United Kingdom lost significant money in the process.
The unnamed firm had about 5,000 commemorative plates made up, picturing an adorable female infant in the center.
There is also some pink trimming along the edges. The plates, which were made before the Duchess of Cambridge gave birth, are essentially no good considering the Royal Baby turned out to be a boy.
The small, family business got an insider tip that the Royal couple was expecting a baby girl. The company heads put a ton of trust in that information and had the plates made right away, with a message that noted “To celebrate the birth of the Royal Princess.”
Now, a wholesale clearance website has scooped up the plates. The dishes can be purchased online in lots of 50.
They are listed as pieces of “inaccurate history”. The wholesale site lists several potential uses for the plates including playing a dangerous game of Frisbee, conducting a plate smashing contest and giving co-workers the worst Secret Santa gift ever.