Jason Biggs Has the Perfect Baby Gift for Meghan Markle and Prince Harry — and It’s Only $12
by Bethany Braun-Silva
The new Tommee Tippee No-Knock Cup is “magical,” says the actor, and just what Prince Harry and Meghan Markle need for their royal baby.
Meghan Markle made headlines in February when she quietly arrived in New York for her celeb-packed baby shower at The Mark hotel, where celebs such as Gayle King and Abigail Spencer were spotted arriving with gifts. Which made us wonder: What do you get the royal couple who has everything? Jason Biggs knows just the thing: the Tommee Tippee No-Knock Cup. “This product has literally changed the game in our household,” Biggs, a spokesman for the cup, and father to Lazlo, 17 months, and Sid, 5, told Parenting at a Feb. 28 Tommee Tippee event in NYC. “Obviously, I would give [Meghan and Prince Harry] the whole line of no-knock cups.”
Biggs, who is married to actress and author Jenny Mollen, calls the open, $12 cups “magical” and jokes that they must use some kind of sorcery, since they won’t tip over if pushed or bumped. “With all the baby gifts that we got, if we had opened up this piece of magic, we would have been super psyched,” he said. While Biggs admitted he has no idea how they work, he does know that they are “brilliant.”
The secret to the knock-proof, bump-proof and oops-proof cup is its CleverGrip technology, which grips the cup to any smooth surface but allows it to easily be lifted by toddlers for drinking. We got to try out the cup for ourselves, and it did indeed impress the crowded room of parents who did everything they could to topple it, with no success.
We gotta say we agree with Biggs: It’s a game changer — and a steal at $12. Get one for yourself (or send one to Harry and Meghan) at Walmart.