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Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton

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Ain't no party like a royal party, right?

It seems entirely fitting that Kate Middleton and Prince William's second child should have as warm—and as lavish—a welcome party as Prince George undoubtedly did.

If we had our way, the little one's baby shower would be the talk of the town, the party to remember, and most certainly, the event that the Duke and Duchess would be gleefully telling their little babe for years to come.

So what would we want on our wish list for the next royal's baby shower? Where to begin?!

For starters, we would expect nothing short of a star-studded affair for the possible heir (or heiress, as the case may be) to the throne held at the palace of all palaces, Kensington, to be exact.

Guests would be treated to the musical stylings of none other than the entire cast of Empire.

That's right, everyone—from Prince Charles to Queen Elizabeth II—would jump to their feet once they heard the first notes of "Drip Drop."

Prince Harry would be stealing a ton of attention for debuting his new leading lady to the royal family affair: Taylor Swift! (Hey, if we wish for something enough, maybe we can make it happen.)

And once the Empire cast was through, Beyoncé would take to the stage to announce that she and her Destiny's Child members, Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams, were combining forces with the Spice Girls to form a new superhero all-girl group dubbed, Destiny's Spice. You heard it here first.

But the baby shower wouldn't be complete without several of George's newest playmates to steal the attention away from the famous adults.

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton

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North West, Blue Ivy, Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher's daughter Wyatt, Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds' daughter James and even Chelsea Clinton's little one Charlotte would be in attendance at the swanky soiree.

And in order to keep them fully entertained, a bouncy house mirroring Kensington Palace would be featured on the side lawn, as well as a face painter who happens to be a distant cousin of Pablo Picasso.

The tiny tots would dine on their own menu, fully catered by Wolfgang Puck, and enjoy sweets flown in on a private jet all the way from Paris that very morning. Nothing is too good or too decadent.

If it was up to us, Kate and William would be sure to pull out all the stops, thanks to party planner extraordinaire Pippa Middleton, and the second royal baby's baby shower would go down in history!