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Royal Wedding Memorabilia

Royal Wedding Memorabilia

In just over a week’s time, Prince Harry will marry Meghan Markle at Windsor Castle and there are lots of souvenirs available to mark the happy day. We’ve taken a look at what’s on offer and here are some of our favourites.

1. Royal Wedding 2018 commemorative fine bone china trinket box, £45.00.
We love this limited edition china trinket box which is made in the world-famous Staffordshire potteries.  It features the couple’s initials intertwined with a wedding bow, as well as the national emblems of the United Kingdom – the English Rose, Welsh Daffodil, Irish Shamrock and Scottish Thistle.
2. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Royal Wedding Commemorative Flag, £6.99.
Wherever you’re planning to watch the wedding, flag waving will be essential! And what could be more quintessentially British than this commemorative Union Jack?  It’s made from 100% polyester and measures 150 x 90 cm. 
3. Harry & Meghan Wedding Tea Caddy, £11.95
For something a little more everyday practical, this tea caddy contains 40 English Breakfast Ahmad Teabags. Once you’ve used these, you can keep the caddy topped up with your favourite teabags.
4. Royal Wedding Collectable Mug, £12.
Celebrate the Royal Wedding with this collectable mug from Cath Kidston.  The Royal Stafford earthenware mug features the happy couple at Windsor Castle, as well as partying guards on the reverse!  Perfect either as a souvenir to keep or for that delicious cup of tea using teabags from your tea caddy!
We all love a commemorative tea towel and this limited edition towel is beautifully illustrated with Windsor Castle, wedding bells, rose garlands and a Queens Guard, along with the date and names of the happy couple. It’s handmade in Britain and printed onto 100% unbleached cotton. A wonderful keepsake (or you could use it to dry your mug after your cup of tea!)

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