Which child photos are worth a million dollars? | CNN

The baby photos are the big winner in the latest CNN Money video series: “Which child photos is worth a billion dollars?”

The series focuses on some of the biggest-selling baby products in the United States, including $1,000 baby dolls, $20,000 dolls, and $10,000 toddler toys.

But it’s not just the big-name brands that are getting big bucks.

The babies are worth millions more than their namesakes, too.

Below are the top 20 babies who are worth more than the average U.S. baby.

Top 10 babies worth more in dollars: Baby #1: #1-million dollar doll, Barbie, $1.9 million The “Baby” doll is one of the most popular dolls in the world, and the latest edition, the $1 million, comes with a dollhouse, a “baby bed,” and a pink nursery rug.

The doll is sold in nearly 200 countries and can be bought online or at Walmart stores.

Baby #2: #2-million doll, Star Wars, $2.6 million Star Wars has a reputation for being expensive and hard to find.

But this latest edition of the “Star Wars” $2 million doll is even more expensive than the original, which was priced at $1 to $2,999.

Baby @3: #3-million baby doll, Gwen Stefani, $3.2 million The $3 million “Gwen Stefania” doll, sold in the U.K., Australia, and Germany, is one the most-coveted dolls in Europe.

Its high price tag ($5,000) is part of the attraction, but it’s also part of Stefani’s success as a pop star and is worth $4 million to $5 million, depending on your perspective.

Baby 3: #4-million child doll, #4.5-million Barbie, #5 million The new $5.5 million “Barbie” doll has been around for more than a decade and has become an instant hit.

Its price tag is more than double that of the $3,000 doll, and it can be found in stores for $4,000 to $6,000.

Baby 4: #5- million doll, Disney Princess, $6.4 million This “Pixar” princess doll is more expensive and has more exclusives than the Disney princess dolls.

It can be ordered online for $8,000 or in stores.

A $10 million doll can be had for less than $7,000 at Disney stores.