We know that the Queen loves her tea, and now she has a new set of china to drink it in - a collection with celebrates her 95th birthday next month.
· The celebratory collection consists of teacups, plates, a sweet tin and decorations.
· The range is designed with pink roses, which can be found in the Queen's garden every year around her birthday.
That's why we're in love with this new collection that celebrates the Queen's 95th birthday next week. The saucers and teacups, which feature in the range, are handmade and have 22-carat gold features. While the pink rose design is inspired by the roses found in Windsor Castle's East Terrace garden.
Available to buy from today, we also love how the collection consists of cake and teacup decorations.
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Prices for the collection, which are available from the online Royal Collection shop, start at £65, for teacups and saucers. Other pieces from the range, such as tea towels, tea caddies, and rose and almond biscuit sets are priced at £9.95 each.
The Queen turns 95 next month - on 21st April. Her official celebration is in June - which is normally celebrated at the Trooping of the Colour. However, Buckingham Palace has confirmed that the celebration will not go ahead this year, despite hopes that the annual parade would happen in 2021.
It was announced last week that monarch has acquired two new puppies - a corgi and a dorgi. The dorgi has been named Fergus - after the Monarch's uncle. While the corgi is named Muick - after a lake in Balmoral - Loch Muick.
For the quintessentially English afternoon tea, this bone china side plate from the Queen's 95th Birthday collection, can accommodate your scones or cucumber sandwiches.
To celebrate the 95th birthday of Her Majesty The Queen, Buckingham Palace has commissioned this exclusive collection. The design of this commemorative pillbox is wonderfully inspired by the pink roses in bloom at the time of The Queen’s official birthday, on the East Terrace Garden, Windsor Castle.
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