As royal watchers wait for the birth of the second royal baby, perhaps none of them are quite as excited as Britain's own Margaret Tyler.
In the video above by ITN, we meet Margaret, Britain's queen of royal memoribillia. Margaret began collecting royal souvenirs in 1977, during the Queen's Silver Jubilee, and plans to expand her collection following the birth of Will and Kate's baby number two.
Visitors from around the world have come to stay at Margaret's 'Heritage House,' which includes much more than your average royal china collection — although there's plenty of china in there too, and more to come when the newest royal arrives.
U.K.'s Daily Mail reports that commemorative china and a £5 coin will be among the items produced to celebrate the arrival of Prince George's sibling.
Watch the video above to find out exactly how much Margaret's royal collection is worth.
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