March 19th, 2015 — gDiapers, the brand that is giving parents the convenience of disposables and the confidence to build a better future, unveiled the gPrince and gPrincess design on Wednesday, March 18, in anticipation of the upcoming birth of Duchess Kate and Prince William’s baby. The design is crafted with regal crown symbols, comes in both a pink and blue seersucker pinstripe, and offers parents the opportunity to showcase their own little family heirs in an adorable design.
"Our gPrince and gPrincess design offers a royal expression of style because every baby is a little prince or princess in their parents’ eyes," said gDiapers Mum and Co-Founder Kim Graham-Nye. "Babies experience their first milestones while in diapers, and these gPants really celebrate those incredible moments in a personal way."
As global excitement builds around the upcoming due date of England’s royal baby, gDiapers will debut the gPrince and gPrincess design on Wednesday, March 18. To further celebrate, gDiapers is inviting those who purchase the regally themed gPants to post a picture of their little prince or princess wearing the design on the gDiapers Facebook and Instagram pages.
"Parents change about 5,000 diapers per child, and the gPrince and gPrincess design allows them to have fun with this ritual and showcase their baby’s regal personality,” said gDiapers Co-Founder Jason Graham-Nye.
gDiapers is redefining the diaper inside and out by giving parents the convenience of disposables and the confidence to build a better future. Its disposable inserts are Cradle-to-Cradle Certified (cm) Silver, flushable and break down in home compost (wet ones only). gDiapers’ soft cotton gPants are designed to let baby’s skin breathe and come in colors and prints that parents love. Headquartered in Portland, Ore. and founded by Kim and Jason Graham-Nye in 2005, gDiapers are available across North America and Europe. gDiapers was the first consumer goods company to achieve Cradle-to-Cradle certification and has been a registered B-Corp since 2011.