Top 5 King Charles III Coronation Souvenirs

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Whether you are planning a street party or simply looking for a special souvenir to commemorate King Charles’s Coronation on May 6th, there is plenty of memorabilia to choose from.

Mark the occasion with celebratory products including biscuit tins, teapots – or even a Kevin The Carrot plush toy from Aldi!

Biscuiteers Coronation Biscuit Tin

Celebrate the Coronation of King Charles III and Queen Consort Camilla with this delightful commemorative biscuit tin. Not only will the tin make a special keepsake, but it is also filled with beautifully iced biscuits shaped like thrones, carriages, and crowns – which will make a great sweet treat at your Coronation street party!

M&S Coronation Teapot

Get ready for a right royal tea party celebration and pour your guests a coronation cuppa with this teapot. The sweet design depicts dogs enjoying a street party, complete with bunting and balloons, as illustrated by award-winning artist Eleanor Tomlinson. Collect the full tea set and grab a matching coronation cup and saucer too.

Aldi Kevin the King Of Veg

Aldi’s favourite carrot, Kevin, is honouring the King’s coronation with ‘King and Queen of Veg’ plush toys. They make the ideal souvenir for youngsters (and the young at heart). As with all Aldi’s Specialbuys, they are only available in-store and usually sell out quickly.

Emma Bridgewater King Charles III Coronation Mug

Hand crafted and hand decorated, this pottery piece features the words ‘God Save The King’ and images as seen on the royal crest. This British pottery brand has also released a Queen mug along with other limited-edition pieces for the coronation.

Ulster Weavers King Charles III Coronation Kitchen Apron

The flags are flying, the trumpets sounding and the bees are buzzing to celebrate the Coronation of King Charles III. The foliage on this kitchen apron from Ulster Weavers reflects Charles’s love of nature and gardening, while the bees depict his passion for collecting honey on his country estate. A traditional design brought into the 21st century with stylised shapes and a muted colour palette on comfortable cotton.

The ceremony and coronation procession takes place on May 6, with the senior royals making an appearance on the balcony of Buckingham Palace. Thousands of street parties are anticipated for Sunday, May 7, as part of Queen Consort Camilla’s The Big Lunch campaign, with a star-studded concert taking place at Windsor Castle in the evening.