- 1 Barbie
- 2 Queen Elizabeth II Collectible Barbie Doll
- 3 Fortnum and Mason
- 4 Halcyon Days Platinum Jubilee Presentation Plate
- 5 Fortnum’s Platinum Jubilee Candle
- 6 Emma Bridgewater
- 7 Personalized Platinum Jubilee Teapot
- 8 Platinum Jubilee 1/2 Pint Mug
- 9 Charlotte Tilbury
- 10 Limited-Edition Platinum Jubilee Makeup Bag
- 11 The Queen Matte Revolution Lipstick
- 12 Clarins
- 13 The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Hand and Nail Duo
- 14 Launer
- 15 Limited-Edition Jubilee Collection Bag in Monarch Purple
- 16 Fulton Umbrellas
- 17 Limited-Edition Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Birdcage Umbrella
- 18 Liberty London
- 19 Platinum 45 x 45cm Silk Twill Scarf
- 20 Hats Off 45 x 45cm Silk Twill Scarf
- 21 Loquet London
- 22 Limited-Edition Diamond Jubilee Thistle
- 23 My Queen 18k Solid Rose Gold and Diamond Charm
Queen Elizabeth‘s Platinum Jubilee is officially underway. The historic milestone event celebrating Her Majesty’s 70 years on the throne is on the first day of its four-day bank holiday, packed with events to honor the monarch’s service to her nation and beyond. The extravaganza reunites Prince William, Kate Middleton, Prince Harry, and Meghan Markle, who are attending various activities and events throughout the momentous weekend.
Jubilee celebrations kicked off in London on Thursday morning with Trooping the Colour, the Queen’s birthday parade, which features 1,400 soldiers, 200 horses, and 400 musicians lauding the monarch. Festivities will continue on Friday with a Service of Thanksgiving at St. Paul’s Cathedral and will go throughout the weekend including events like Saturday’s star-studded concert for the Platinum Party at the Palace and Sunday’s Big Jubilee Lunch, taking place across the United Kingdom.
And with all the Jubilee celebrations comes a plethora of Queen-inspired merchandise to mark the historic occasion. Whether it’s an ornate set of “ER” commemorative china, a limited-edition tea set from London’s famed Fortnum and Mason, a special Jubilee bag by one of the Queen’s favorite designers, or even a collectible Queen Barbie doll, we’ve curated a list of Platinum Jubilee-inspired items to help you celebrate the Queen’s unprecedented reign in true royal fashion.
It’s the combination of two beloved female icons. To commemorate this year’s Platinum Jubilee and the Queen’s 96th birthday, toy company Mattel launched a special Queen Elizabeth collectible Barbie doll. Paying tribute to the generations of royal family members before her, the doll wears the Queen Mary fringe tiara, which once belonged to the Queen’s grandmother and her mother. The Queen wore the tiara on her own wedding day and then loaned it to her daughter, Princess Anne, and her granddaughter, Princess Beatrice, on their big days.
Fortnum and Mason
Fortnum and Mason’s limited-edition collection is inspired by the passion of the monarch’s historic 70-year reign. Featuring everything from commemorative teaware, toasting glassware, Jubilee-inspired gift baskets, picnic hampers filled with sweet treats, and exclusive memorabilia, if you’re planning on attending the cross-country Jubilee Lunch or just watching from home, Fortnum and Mason has everything you could want and more for your weekend Jubilee festivities.
The British tableware company known for its hand-painted tea items is offering a special “Sip Sip Hooray” sale in honor of the Jubilee weekend, treating shoppers to 20% off on selected items and 25% off for collectors only. Score one of the staple personalized Platinum Jubilee teapots painted with “Elizabeth” or some of the matching teacups for the historic occasion.
The beloved makeup brand is honoring the Queen with a royal limited-edition collection. As the official beauty partner for the Platinum Jubilee Pageant, Charlotte Tillbury has a festive selection of Jubilee-inspired items including a limited-edition makeup kit equipped with moisturizer, jewel-toned lipsticks, and a beautiful velvet makeup bag.
Clarins is celebrating the monarch with a special limited-edition version of their best-selling hand and nail cream, fittingly titled the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Hand and Nail Duo. Also in celebration of the jubilee and in the spirit of giving back, Clarins UK is donating £1 from every set sold to the Greenfingers Charity, an organization that is dedicated to creating magical garden escapes for children spending time in hospices around the UK.
Accessorize like the Queen for the Jubilee this year. For most of her reign, the monarch has loved this British brand known for its chic elegant bags, and she even reportedly uses its placement on her arm to communicate with her staff. The company, which was founded by Sam Launer in the 1940s, counted the Queen Mother as one of his earliest customers, and the current queen has exclusively used their bags during daytime engagements for years. To celebrate their highest-profile fan on her historic day, the company returned to an archive design from 1972 with double handles and a gold frame, updating it with a new leather plaque honor It’s available in the queen’s classic black, along with versions in scarlet, white, royal blue, and, of course, monarch purple.
The Queen has a closet full of coats and dresses in a rainbow of bright colors, and as the head-of-state of a famously rainy country, she has long attended engagements no matter the weather. Enter Fulton, the brand that makes her famous clear birdcage umbrellas. Each umbrella has a bit of fabric trimming to coordinate with her outfit, and she actually owns more than 100, including more than a few in shades of purple. For the Platinum Jubilee, Fulton has made one particularly regal shade available to the public, and it’s stamped with the event’s official logo.
Liberty of London has been an iconic British brand since the time of the Queen’s great-great-grandmother, Queen Victoria, and their floral patterns are favorites of Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, and Princess Charlotte. For a set of silk scarves to pay homage to the country’s longest-serving monarch, the company drew inspiration from the queen’s official insignia—and her fondness for hats.
There is no celebrating the Queen’s Jubilee without some jewelry, of course. The London-based fine jeweler is honoring the occasion with a new collection of charms entitled “Britain in Bloom,” which was inspired by the crown Queen Elizabeth II wore at her coronation, the Georges IV State Diadem, also known as the “Diamond Diadem.” The crown jewel piece features diamond roses, thistles, and clovers that symbolize England, Scotland, and Ireland. Paying tribute to what is said to the be crown’s favorite crown, Loquet has designed three limited edition platinum and diamond charms mirroring these floral settings in addition to other pendant and charm designs.
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