The Kensington Palace shop is set to release merchandise with a cartoon similar to the face of Princess Charlotte.
The toddler may only be 23 months old but she's already making the royal family money as the Kensington Palace shop is to release a range of pink toys as well as clothes, T-shirts, jewellery and children's make-up, emblazoned with the little one's cartoon face.
Kensington Palace said of the range: "We stock a variety of gifts, products and souvenirs inspired by the history of the palaces in our shops and online.
This particular range features a number of fictional princesses inspired by Kensington Palace's 300-year history and has been on sale since early 2015 - before Princess Charlotte was born. It is entirely coincidental that one of the imaginary characters in the Palace Princesses range shares the same name."
The new range is aimed at young visitors but parents won't have to miss out as they will be able to get their hands on fridge magnets, cups and pendants.
The collection varies in price but certainly won't break the bank as the most expensive item - a dress-up gown - is being sold for just £35.
The Palace said of the dress: "Imagine yourself gliding down the corridors of Kensington Palace like Princess Charlotte with this delightful princess fancy dress."
The release comes just a few weeks before Charlotte's second birthday on May 2.
This isn't the first time the Palace has cleverly put something up for sale to rake in as much cash as possible as they created a colouring book earlier this year - around the same time they were a big craze with kids and adults - of Duchess Catherine.