Adorable corgi biscuits among Platinum Jubilee souvenirs on sale – ‘Lovely to see!’

The Queen arrives at her Platinum Jubilee Celebration

We use your sign-up to provide content in ways you’ve consented to and to improve our understanding of you. This may include adverts from us and 3rd parties based on our understanding. You can unsubscribe at any time. More info

There is a dedicated collection including a box of five luxurious biscuits of two Corgis, two Britannia bunting flags and a detailed crown for £25. Royal fans can also treat themselves to a pair of £16 Jubilee socks which show the outlines of the national flowers of the UK.

There is an English rose, a daffodil for Wales, a thistle for Scotland and a shamrock for Northern Ireland.

Thirsty Jubilee goers will be able to enjoy a £39 English sparkling wine.

It is a blend of Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier with fruit exclusively grown and hand-picked in Kent and West Sussex vineyards.

Also up for grabs is a £25 fine bone china coffee mug, inspired by the purple Robe of Estate worn by the Queen at her Coronation, with the border decoration based on the gold embroidery on the robe, incorporating olive branches and wheat ears which symbolises “peace and prosperity”.

Each of these special commemorative products are to be sold in a limited edition with only 2,022 in stock, in recognition of 2022 being the platinum Jubilee year.

However, there are also a range of products that could be used to celebrate the Platinum Jubilee later in the year long after next month’s festivities are over.

The Royal Collection is selling a Corgi decoration you can put on your Christmas tree, which has gold threads to detail the Queen’s favourite breed holding a bunch of Jubilee-themed balloons.

Edward Roberts, a graphic and communication design student at Leeds University, created the emblem to define the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee after winning the competition to design a logo run by the Victoria and Albert Museum in London last year. 

Mr Roberts told The Daily Mail that the designs captured the national symbols of the four parts of the UK and the “contiguous” nature of the Queen’s reign.

He said: “With the new design, I wanted to create a set of products that stayed true to and worked well alongside the emblem design.

“Like my original submission, the flowers are part of a continuous line, capturing the delicate nature of these national symbols.

“I wanted to create a design that was contemporary, and in keeping with these modern times. 

DON’T MISS:  
Adorable way Princess Charlotte keeps in touch with cousins in USA [REVEAL] 
Queen ‘in quite a lot of pain’ ahead of surprise Jubilee appearance  [INSIGHT] 
Royal Family: Major first as Queen hands William huge new role   [SPOTLIGHT] 

“Having these products in Royal Collection Trust shops and well received by the public is lovely to see.”

The socks are also created by Corgi, a luxury sock and knitwear brand which is a family-run company established in Wales in 1892.

It was awarded a Royal Warrant by Prince Charles, and continues to supply to him and other members of the Royal family.

Despite attending more events in recent weeks it is expected that the Queen’s appearances at the Platinum Jubilee will be limited due to health concerns.

The monarch is expected to attend a Service of Thanksgiving for her long reign and appear on the Buckingham Palace balcony during Trooping the Colour.

Source: Read Full Article