Pass the sick bag

Not everyone in the UK is looking forward to the upcoming nuptials of Wills and Kate (apart from the days off, of course). For republicans everywhere, illustrator Lydia Leith has an essential Royal Wedding accessory

Not everyone in the UK is looking forward to the upcoming nuptials of Wills and Kate (apart from the days off, of course). For republicans everywhere, illustrator Lydia Leith has an essential Royal Wedding accessory

Leith’s screenprinted souvenir sick bags (under the punning brand name Throne Up) are available from her website at £3 each. As they say on the front, non-Royalists may want to keep them handy on April 29.

 

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If you like the sound of Throne Up, you might also like our post on KK Outlet’s take on Royal Wedding souvenir plates, here or, from Feed, Dhub’s souvenir plates here

 

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