Prince George, Prince William, Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge

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Did Pippa Middleton knock it out of the park with her christening gift to Prince George? Or will she forever be the aunt who bought the creepy gift? We’ll let you be the judge.

Kate Middleton’s sister reportedly purchased silver sculptures specifically crafted from the Prince of Cambridge’s baby hands and feet.

The keepsakes cost approximately £7,000 (or around $11,000)—and while that may seem like a hefty bill, that’s pretty much the price you pay to honor the newest royal.

The pieces, designed by Wrightson and Platt, are each designed in a small London facility.

In order to create the molds, Prince William’s baby boy would have had to sit still long enough to have his little hands and feet placed inside of a jelly-like organic mixture created from water and a seaweed-based powder.

What a patient little prince!

Prince George Figurines, Pippa Middleton

Wrightson & Platt

The entire process only lasts 30 seconds, but that is bound to feel like forever in baby time!

Wrightson and Platt have "no comment" regarding the royal gift.

The Duke and Duchess' pride and joy was baptized on Oct. 23 inside the Chapel Royal at St. James' Palace.

Kensington Palace released four formal photographs on Oct. 24, just one day after the royal affair. The photo session took place in the Morning Room at Clarence House and was filled with adorable candid moments from none other than the man (err, baby) of the hour.

The first photographs feature the entire family including Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Phillip, Prince Charles, Camilla Parker Bowles, Prince Harry, James Middleton, and Kate's parents, Michael and Carole Middleton.

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