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Celebrate The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee with a Royal Girls Day and Night Out

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If you are looking for ideas to celebrate The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee, why not arrange a girly day and night in London, with a Royal theme. Start your day of fun with a spot of early morning shopping in Chelsea; a favourite area of the Royals. Even before she became the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton was regularly spotted browsing the boutiques on the King’s Road and she is still occasionally seen popping into Peter Jones on  Sloane Square.

Spend the morning shopping on the King's Road and you may just spot the Duchess of Cambridge

Spend a morning shopping on the King's Road and you may just spot the Duchess of Cambridge

Sloane Square is home to one of London’s most fashionable haunts, The Botanist. Here you can rest your feet whilst enjoying the Marmite Afternoon Tea, which is available for a fortnight only from now until Sunday the 10th of June. Fit for a Queen and perfectly suited to the elegant surroundings of The Botanist, the delights on offer include assorted finger sandwiches, homemade cheddar, chive and Ma’armite scones, as well as Marmite Cheese straws and Marmite Rarebit. The waiters at The Botanist are incredibly welcoming and you will certainly be served the treats with a smile.

The Botanist is a welcoming and extremely fashionable venue on Sloane Square

The Botanist is a welcoming and extremely fashionable venue on Sloane Square, which is offering a special Marmite Afternoon Tea to celebrate the The Queen's Diamond Jubilee

As the afternoon begins, you simply must take your girlfriends to Ormonde Jayne on the nearby Pavillion Road. This luxury perfumery has plenty of enticing scents and they are currently offering everyone the chance to explore the range in store to help you discover your signature scent. No purchase is necessary and you can even pre-order champagne and truffles for a special occasion.

Pop into Ormonde Jayne to discover your signature scent

Pop into Ormonde Jayne to discover your signature scent with the help of advisers in the luxury perfumery

As dusk arrives, Chelsea’s newest cocktail bar, Kona Kai is the perfect place to kick start a Girls Night Out. On Friday, the venue will host an Island Princess party, but you can explore the exotic cocktail menu throughout the Jubilee weekend.

Eclipse in South Kensington is another fashionable cocktail bar for an early evening drink and this is located a short distance from the chic nightclub, Boujis. This member’s only venue will consider advance reservations from those not on its book, but you must apply early. It is incredibly popular due to regular visits from Prince Harry, as well as Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie. The music and décor creates a sophisticated European vibe and you can dance the night away surrounded by a stylish crowd.

Prince Harry is a regular at chic nightclub, Boujis in South Kensington

Complete your Jubilee celebrations at the incredibly chic nightclub, Boujis, where Prince Harry is a regular guest

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