King Charles' coronation is almost here, taking place on Saturday 6 May, and it's safe to say that the preparations are well underway.
It's been revealed that Prince George has a very important role as Page of Honour, and it's recently been confirmed that Prince Harry will be attending the service at Westminster Abbey. Not to mention the fact that we all get an extra bank holiday the following Monday.
Because of this, you might be thinking of having your own celebrations on the day, such as a garden party or dinner with friends. If so, why not treat yourself or your guests to a coronation gift?
Lots of brands have released keepsakes to commemorate the occasion, and we've looked far and wide for the chicest items that we know you'll want to keep forever.
So keep on scrolling to shop our favourite coronation gifts, and for more inspiration, don't forget to check out our roundups of the best wedding gifts, the best gardening gifts and even the best cooking gifts. You'll never be stuck for an idea again.
11 of the chicest coronation gifts to buy now:
We love the crown detailing on the classic—elevated—dress slippers by way of Bowhill and Elliott.
Ted Baker have created this classic t-shirt to celebrate the coronation. We love it because you could totally get away with wearing it everyday.
How chic is this cashmere scarf? Embroidered with the King Charles III coronation emblem, this timeless piece will elevate your winter wardrobe.
Some people collect handbags, some people collect shoes, and some people collect wine. If that's you, then you'll love this special coronation edition of vintage English sparkling wine.
Jimmy Choo are celebrating the coronation with stylish accessories in bold, royal blue colours. Our favourite? This soft clutch bag with the brand's iconic crystal buckle.
This cushion from Cath Kidston would make a sweet addition to indoor or outdoor furniture this summer, and features a hand-painted portrait of King Charles.
This would make a seriously delicious gift, and the brown wicker hamper is something you can keep forever. Inside, there is everything from tea, champagne, fudge, biscuits and more.
There's nothing more British than a cup of tea, so enjoy yours in style with this teacup and saucer from Harrods. We love the sage green detailing.
You can never go wrong with a candle, especially when it's engraved to commemorate the coronation of King Charles with a fresh scent of bergamot, lemon, green mandarin and neroli.
This timeless tea towel will add a pop of colour to your kitchen, decorated in Fortnum's signature Eau de Nil colour and made from 100% cotton.
Luxury fragrance brand, Penhaligons, have launched a new Eau de Parfum called Highgrove Bouquet, which was created with King Charles himself. The scent is a tribute to Highgrove Gardens, the home of Charles and Camilla, with notes of geranium, lavender, hyacinth, mimosa and cedarwood. Plus, 10% of proceeds will be donated to The Prince's Foundation to help fund the charity's training and education programmes.
After reading that, we will definitely be treating ourselves to a gift or two. We've got our eyes on the Cartwright & Butler hamper, and we just know that our friends will love a bottle of vintage sparkling wine. Which coronation gift will you go for?
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Grace Lindsay is currently Junior Beauty Editor at Who What Wear UK and previously was Marie Claire UK's E-Commerce Writer. With over three years of experience in the fashion and beauty industry, she covers everything from the best make-up and skincare deals to how to shop the stand out trends of the season. When she's not typing away at her laptop, Grace can be found shopping her favourite vintage markets IRL, or catching up on her never-ending list of books to read.
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