Celebrating The Queen’s Jubilee in Style

Celebrating The Queen’s Jubilee in Style

It has been said that Her Majesty’s sleep routine is one of her best wellness secrets. Approximately one hour is spent winding down before she cosies into her royal chamber, which involves a little bedtime reading before turning in. It is somewhat pleasantly amusing to imagine Her Royal Highness cozy-ing up in her PJ’s when the evening draws. After a restful eight hours of slumber, The Queen religiously wakes at 7:30 when the maid enters with her morning tea. If only the kids woke us this way?! Now although only a small handful have seen Queen Elizabeth II in her pyjamas, we have a hunch she would be a big fan of Cyberjammies' brand-new Windsor Collection.

Our latest collection launches just in time to celebrate Her Majesty The Queen becoming the first ever British Monarch to celebrate a Platinum Jubilee, marking 70 years of incredible service. Made from 100% soft cotton, the Windsor Collection has something for everyone with both long and short pyjama sets, men’s sets, and kid's sets. Windsor features a unique London-inspired print and is made from our soft, breathable fabric that washes with ease; making it a crown jewel for bedtime.

This year’s special extended bank holiday weekend from Thursday 2 to Sunday 5 June is an opportunity to come together to celebrate the historic milestone of the Jubilee. The four days celebration extravaganza will see public events and community activities across the nation take place, as well as national moments of reflection on The Queen’s 70 years of service.

What better way to kick off the Jubilee activities than matching sets for the whole family?  To prepare for the celebrations, Cyberjammies have come up with activities that your royal family can take part in whilst rocking your new frocks. 

Jubilee Painted Stones: Collect stones from your morning walk and paint with royal themes such as The Queen’s famous corgis and British guards.

Union Jack Biscuits: Bake a batch of your favourite biscuits and decorate with the patriotic Union Jack colours of red, blue and white. Perfect to scoff during an afternoon tea.

DIY Crown Decorating: Print crown stencils off the web and decorate them with glitter, acrylic gemstones and stickers to create a most impressive crown that even Elizabeth would be envy of!