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Prince and Princess of Cambridge cards are included in Winning Moves' new Top Trumps Royal Babies edition.

The games makers couldn't wait the few days expected for the newest arrival to make its appearance, and so has released a pack containing cards for both sexes.

Better than a game of Snap? The Top Trumps 'Born to Rule' pack, above

Royal toddlers in tiaras range from a bearded baby King Henry VIII to the eagerly anticipated son or daughter of William and Kate, complete with Winning Moves' impression of how each baby would look.

"We bet he'll have blue eyes after his dad and Kate's chocolate coloured hair" the imagined Prince of Cambridge's entry reads.

The categories the young royal players trump each other in include "mischief", "cuddle-ability" and "nation's favourite" - with Kate and Wills' expected progeny ranking 10 for a girl, and nine for a boy.

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