In April Queen Elizabeth II will become the first reigning British monarch to reach the age of 90. With this event fast approaching, HELLO! Online have gathered some of the fantastic gifts out there that pay tribute to our majesty...
This 200-piece Queen Elizabeth II 90th Birthday Souvenir jigsaw from leading British wooden jigsaw maker, Wentworth Wooden Puzzles, is perfect for entertaining friends and family.
It will no doubt be a treasured possession for years and includes delightful whimsy pieces shaped to reflect the celebratory theme.
To celebrate the Queen's milestone birthday, Twinings' master blenders have created a special commemorative blend of tea in a limited edition collector's tin. The new loose-leaf tea blend uses the finest quality black teas from three Commonwealth countries - India, Kenya and Sri Lanka.
Available from twinings.co.uk, £6.
Walkers Shortbread, which hold a Royal Warrant as suppliers of oatcakes to Her Majesty the Queen, has released a limited edition commemorative tin in honour of the royal's milestone birthday.
The elegant tin features a lilac portrait of the monarch and is filled with delicious pure butter Union Jack shortbreads inside. Perfect for sharing!
This retro tea towel will be ideal if you are planning on throwing a party in honour of the Queen's birthday.
So far 6,500 tea towels have been printed, so make sure you get your hands on one!
Available from ulsterweavers.com for £8.15.
How cute are these mini figurines?
Kikkerland are marking Queen Elizabeth II's 90th Birthday by introducing a limited edition Solar Queen. Powered entirely by solar energy, the royal solar figurine will wave with a subtle twist of the wrist, the same rehearsed gesture she has perfected for 63 years!
Available in the best design and gift stores at £22.50, and on preorder at kikkerland.com. The corgi is priced at £15.
The British Museum Company are offering an extraordinary diamond crown silver toned brooch ahead of Her Majesty's big event.
Set entirely with diamonds, magnificent crowned monogram brooches were made in St. Petersburg during the reign of Catherine II, and were presented to the Empress' Maids of Honour. The design for this crown brooch is taken from the top of an original Monogram brooch.
Available from the British Museum Company for £55.00.
Emma Bridgewater has designed two commemorative mugs to celebrate the Queen's milestone birthday. Choose from a colourful spongeware design (pictured) or another featuring elements from the British Royal Coat of arms, each made by hand in Stoke-on-Trent.
In this sweet children's book, Thomas the Tank Engine visits London for the first time to wish the Queen a happy birthday. Thomas visits a number of iconic London landmarks, including the Houses of Parliament and Tower Bridge before arriving at Buckingham Palace to visit the Queen.
Egmont Publishing, £6.99.
It's the only official range of china to mark the Queen's 90th birthday and it has been given the royal seal of approval. Commissioned by the Royal Collection Trust, the striking pieces are currently on sale.
Intricately designed in shades of blue and burnished gold, the 90th birthday range includes a £25 mug, a £29 pillbox, a tankard and 6in side plate at £39 each, a teacup and saucer at £55 and a large 10in plate at £89.
If you haven't bought yours yet, what are you waiting for?
The Royal Collection Trust is also publishing a brand new children's book in celebration of the Queen's birthday. The Birthday Crown has been written by well-known children's author Davide Cali, and tells the story of the Queen's search for the perfect crown to wear on the occasion of her birthday.
The 32-page book will be available from 12 April, priced at £9.95 from royalcollection.org.uk/shop and from Royal Collection Trust shops in London and Edinburgh, and at £12.95 from all good bookshops.