With the Duchess of Cambridge due to give birth to an heir to the throne next month, Mask-arade has increased its production of Will and Kate masks to capitalise on the royal birth.
Mask-arade makes licensed paper masks which are pictures of the royals with holes for the eyes.
The company is printing extra masks of Kate and William for the street parties that will follow the announcement of the royal birth, reports Associated Press/Yahoo.
Normally, the company has 2,000 masks on hand, but now it is producing 20,000 each of Kate and William.
Last month, Mask-arade paid tribute to retired footballer Stiliyan Petrov in support of Cure Leukaemia, by handing out masks of the Aston Villa star.
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