Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are set to wed in just a few months time and the special mugs released to commemorate the occasion are sure to go down well with both their neighbour Kate Middleton and fellow queen of style Holly Willoughby.
The newly-weds will undoubtedly be inundated with gifts, many of which they might not like or want. But the latest collection of mugs from Emma Bridgewater are sure to be a hit, even if only with sister-in-law Kate Middleton!
The British design brand have launched two limited edition mugs to mark the special occasion. Each mug is handmade in the Emma Bridgewater factory in Stoke-On-Trent and will be available to purchase, online or in Emma Bridgewater shops, for £19.95 from 30 April.
The first mug is decorated in elegant script writing with the bride and groom’s names and wedding date. On the reverse side there is text which reads: ‘Game changers, free spirits, big hearts & well suited.’ The statements describe the couple and we love the subtle nod to Meghan’s acting past in the hit show Suits.
The top of the mug has a pretty row of crowns and hearts in red and blue and the bottom of the mug features a bespoke backstamp.
For the second royal wedding inspired mug, the design is more understated. It features a classic hand-applied spongewear print which reads Harry&Meghan on the front and back and the date of their wedding on the side.
The text is enclosed by a regal scroll pattern and topped with a crown, all in the British colours of red, white and blue.
The Duchess of Cambridge is thought to be a big fan of the British homeware brand, and so might want to grab a couple of mugs herself for her kitchen in Kensington Palace.
Back in 2015, when she was pregnant with Prince George, Kate visited the Emma Bridgewater factory and left with a big bag of items to take home.
Kate, pregnant with Prince George, at the Stoke-On-Trent factory
Also a huge fan of the brand is style-icon and This Morning presenter, Holly Willoughby.
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Holly regularly posts pictures of her collection of Emma Bridgewater items in her own home.
From mugs to plates, it seems Holly just cannot get enough. Will these royal wedding mugs become part of her collection too?
What do you think of the mugs? Would you like to get your hands on one or know someone who would? Let us know what you think in the comments section below!