Its official – Atkinsons perfume has some serious royal connections. Established in London by James Atkinson way back in 1799, the fragrance house has a royal warrant with King George IV being the first royal to catch a whiff of it in 1826. It turns out that he proclaimed Atkinsons the Official Perfumer to the Royal Court of England on the spot. Since then, it has held its coveted position and the brand's newest offering is so fabulous, we bet that Her Majesty has one in her collection. The Mint and Tonic fragrance is a unique scent – it contains bursts of crushed mint as well as breezy, floral and herbal-citrus top notes. The result is a surprisingly fresh and was actually inspired by a mojito! Considering Dubonnet is known to be a favourite of HRH, we totally can see her coveting this fragrance.
The Queen is known for her love of beauty products
The Queen may be 92-years-old, but she has never looked better and turns to a variety of makeup and beauty products to keep her looking fresh, glowing and polished.
Essie's Ballet Slippers is the shade that the mother-of-four uses to coat her talons. As well as giving them a light camouflage, the shade complements a huge array of colours, so there's no chance it will clash with her technicolour outfits.
Having held a warrant for 55 years, Yardley is also said to be a firm fave of The Queens. The sweet lavender scent is very British and is seen as a to-go-to for blooming lovely products.
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The monarch loves he lipstick - she is regularly snapped applying lip colour on the go and we just love her for it. Queen Elizabeth has her own personalised shade of red from Clarins which matches her ceremonial robes, but she also is thought to love Elizabeth Arden's Beautiful Colour Lipsticks in fuchsia pink and red tones. Mwah!
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