Royal Family Merchandise and Memorabilia
The British Royal Family has become a major element in the attraction of UK and London in particular for millions of tourists. Much of the pomp and ceremony deriving from the Imperial age and mostly initiated and developed by Edward VII has become a part and parcel of the UK tourist industry.
2011 saw the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge,Kate and William, marry with much pomp and fanfare and 2012 witnessed the Golden Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II with a flurry of major celebratory events.
Late 2017 Prince Harry announced his engagement to Rachel Meghan Markle an American Actress and subsequently marry at Windsor..
A host of souvenirs, gifts and memorabilia derive from the British monarchy and associated ceremonies.
Lambert Souvenirs situated but a short distance from Buckingham Palace sell a wide range of ‘Royal’ souvenirs and memorabilia.
With great sadness we have learned of the death of Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, aged 99, husband of Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom and some other Commonwealth realms, and the longest-serving royal consort in British history. The funeral was held on Saturday May 17th 3pm, 2021. More Details
On February 6th 2022 the Queen celebrated her Platinum Jubilee-70 years- reign. There was a long weekend of celebrations June 2nd-5th. More
Sadly Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, the longest reigning UK monarch, passed away on September 8th 2022 at Balmoral Castle. Her funeral was on Monday September 19th. Mourned throughout the world.
The Coronation of Charles III took place on Saturday May 6th 2023, the Royal route passing Lambert Souvenirs.