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What's a Diamond Jubilee celebration without cake ... fruitcake? Queen Elizabeth's festivities only run for four days, but Fortnum amp Mason's 2-lb. sweet treat (filled with dried figs, peaches, pears, mulberries and a nice helping of apple brandy) is sure to last a fortnight – or two weeks to us Americans.
Buy It: Jubilee Cake, £19.95 at Fortnum amp Mason
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Earl Grey (or good old-fashioned Tetley, for that matter) simply tastes better when it's stored in this Emma Bridgewater-designed caddy commemorating the queen's 60-year reign.
Buy It: Diamond Jubilee Tea Caddy, £6 at daisypark.co.uk
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Only the second monarch in British history to reach her milestone Diamond Jubilee, it makes sense that the Royal Mint would celebrate the occasion with a limited-edition coin featuring a portrait of Her Majesty from 1953 and a current one.
Buy It: Diamond Jubilee Silver Coin, £69.50 at London Mint
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REIGN ON MUG
A cheeky update on a popular British World War II slogan, this is one smug mug for any pretenders to the throne you know – and love, of course.
Buy It: "Keep Calm and Reign On" Mug, £8.50 at John Lewis
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ROYALLY FINE TOTE
Long after the confetti has been swept away, the clever Jubilee puns will live on – especially if you carry this commemorative carryall.
Buy It: "Singing in the Reign" Canvas Bag, £10 at John Lewis
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How did the 86-year-old monarch survive 60 years of social and political change? How did she manage to always match her hats to her coats and shoes? This definitive book has the answers to all things QE II.
Buy It: Sixty Glorious Years, £20 at The Queen's Diamond Jubilee Store
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The Queen. A diamond. A corgi. These symbols that are synonymous with the British monarch should find good real estate on your body if you're serious about celebrating Elizabeth's milestone Jubilee, so roll up your sleeves!
Buy It: Temporary Tattoos by Lydia Leith, £3 each at lydialeith.com
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ICE QUEEN SCOOP
We're not sure this would get Elizabeth's royal seal of approval, but it's practical, patriotic (if you're British) and would make a great conversation starter at any Jubilee-themed party you throw.
Buy It: Jubilee Ice Queen Scoop, £6.50 at heals.co.uk
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It's the stuff of legend how much Elizabeth loves her corgis. No wonder her eldest son, Prince Charles, has gotten in on the Jubilee fever, offering up plush versions of the beloved breed on his Highgrove website.
Buy It: Diamond Jubilee Vintage Corgi, £60 at highgroveshop.com