We're sure by now your Platinum Jubilee weekend plans are well under way: street parties arranged, decorations on order and playlist created - but with the long weekend inching ever closer, how about celebrating the Queen's Platinum anniversary by picking up a few souvenirs to help commemorate the occasion?
Marking 70 years on the throne, her maj will be celebrating in style with a series of events happening across the four-day-weekend - one of the most anticipated occasions being the Queen's Platinum Party at the Palace, a huge concert bringing together a host of celebrities to mark the Platinum Jubilee. While the Royal Family (and BBC) will gather at the palace, retailers have released a whole host of merch to commemorate our longest reigning monarch.
From designer scarves through to kid's clothing by Princess Charlotte's fave Rachel Riley to a picnic-in-a-bag, we've found plenty of trinkets to honour the occasion - including some heirloom (pricier) items that are sure to be collector-worthy in years to come. On the homewares front, Cath Kidston and Emma Bridgewater have designed royal-themed crockery that is just the right amount of kitsch (without a Union Jack in sight) and make for the ultimate Jubilee party tablescape.
Whether you're looking for souvenir socks or stylish fashion to shop ahead of the weekend, keep scrolling for the 30 best Platinum Jubilee memorabilia items to shop now - no tat allowed.
SHOP: The Best (& Non-Naff) Queen's Platinum Jubilee Memorabilia
SHOP: The Best Platinum Jubilee Memorabilia
When Is Queen Elizabeth’s Platinum Jubilee?
The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee officially takes place on the June 2 with celebrations continuing until June 5 - because who doesn’t love a huge party? On day one, there’ll be a military parade on Horse Guards Parade and Sandringham, and Balmoral will be open for visitors to enjoy the celebrations. On day two, there’ll be a Service of Thanksgiving at St Paul’s before a Platinum Party concert at Buckingham Palace on day three. On day four, there’s a big Jubilee lunch when the public has been encouraged to host street parties across the UK.