This bed will enchant your very own little princess, leaving her dreaming sweetly. Bed is suitable from 18 months old.
Disney Princess Carriage bed, £219.99, Toys R Us
Play out your own Royal day
From the Queen with her Corgi, to a soldier on a horse and even a mini Prince William and Kate in a wedding carriage, these Royal characters will keep your toddler amused and entertained.
HappyLand Royal Wedding set, £12, Early Learning Centre
Shoes made for a prince
Turn your little boy into a Prince with these adorable Prince Charming shoes.
Prince Charming baby shoes, £12.50, Funky Moose
Cuddly princess Miffy
Miffy is back in the form of a princess! Lots of little girls will love Princess Miffy and want her to become their new best friend.
Princess Miffy, £20.99, Miffy
Play your cards right
Everyone, of any age, loves a game of cards. These keepsake playing cards will keep the whole family entertained.
Royal Wedding playing cards, £4.99, Tesco
Royal baby fashion
Want to be dressed for the occasion? This babygro and bib will be perfect for your pretty princess or handsome prince during the Royal wedding!
Wills and Kate babygro and bib, £8 each, Beauty and the Bib
Your little ones will love this enchanted book, packed with stickers and pages to colour in. Will Little Miss Princess get to the special wedding on time?
Little Miss Princess and the Special Wedding book, £3.99, WH Smith
Glamorous nail art
The Royal Wedding world isn’t just for little ones. Check out these gorgeous nail polishes created to celebrate William and Kate.
Nails Inc. Wills and Kate nail polish, £15, Debenhams
Travel like a princess
Your little lady will fall in love with this cute princess inspired Trunki suitcase. With sparkly glitter and a princess tiara and wand included, she’ll want to take it everywhere!
Penelope the Princess Carriage Trunki, £39.99, Trunki
Royal Wedding Coronation Turkey Wrap
This tasty snack is sure to be enjoyed by all the family, while the Royal Wedding celebrations are in full swing. Check out the recipe from Bernard Matthews here:
Makes 8 wraps
2 packs Turkey Chunks
1 Pack of 8 wraps
15g Pataks Madras Paste
20g red onion diced
20g spring onion sliced
45g apple cored and diced
1 tomato diced
120g mango chutney (smooth if possible)
Mix the mayonnaise with the curry paste, add the red onion, spring onion, diced apple and tomato mix thoroughly. On each wrap spread a little mango chutney approx 15g.
On top of this add some lettuce and the meat (divide the meat up so that it goes around the 8 wraps).
Add a spoon of the curry mixture (needs to go round 8 wraps so divide it up) and then roll the wrap.
To do this fold either end of the wrap about 2 cm into the centre then the edges remaining roll to create a wrap, cut in two diagonally and serve
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Kirstie Allsopp’s Royal Wedding sponge
Check out this scrumptious sponge cake, perfect for a tasty Royal treat. Get the recipe below:
Preparation time: 15 minutes
Cooking time: 25-30 minutes
200g (7oz) plain flour
405g can Carnation Condensed Milk Light
2tsp vanilla extract
150g (5floz) margarine or butter
3tsp baking powder
6tbsp strawberry conserve or jam
200g (7oz) icing sugar
100g (3floz) margarine or butter, softened
2tsp vanilla extract
200g (7oz) mixed summer berries, to decorate
You will also need:
2 x 18cm (7in) sandwich cake tins, base lined with parchment
1. Preheat the oven to 180°C (160°C for fan ovens), Gas Mark 4.
2. Place the flour, condensed milk, egg, vanilla extract, margarine and baking powder in a bowl and beat with an electric hand mixer for 2-3 minutes until pale and fluffy.
3. Spoon into the tins and bake for approximately 25-30 minutes until springy to the touch and golden brown. Cool slightly then transfer to a cooling rack to cool completely.
4. Place one half of the cake onto a serving plate and spread with the jam. Sandwich together with the other half.
5. Beat the icing sugar, butter and vanilla with a few drops of water to bring the mixture to a soft consistency. Spread onto the cake. Arrange the berries on top in a Union Jack shape if you like!
Look out for natural vanilla extract – not essence. It is widely available in all good supermarkets and makes all the difference to baking homemade treats!
Make a chocolate version of this cake – substitute 25g of the flour for the same amount of cocoa powder in the sponge. Substitute the same 25g of the icing sugar for the same of cocoa powder and top with white and dark chocolate curls, pink wafer biscuits or sugar sprinkles. Delicious!