Diamond Jubilee memorabilia goes it has got to be one of the quirkiest yet to hit the shops.
A specially created Jubilee edition of Top Trumps featuring the Queen’s 30 favourite things has gone on sale to mark the 60 years since her accession to the throne.
The card game endearingly lists Prince Philip top of the pack of ‘One’s Favourite Things’. The Duke of Edinburgh’s card is the strongest in the £3.99 pack, while the weakest is the Queen's bank Coutts.
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The set also features Kate Middleton as ‘One’s Favourite Royal’, David Cameron as ‘One’s Favourite Prime Minister’ and Chelsea FC as ‘One’s Favourite Football Team’.
The five ranking categories where you can "trump" your opponent are: Age; Magic Moment; Pomp and Ceremony; Off Duty; and Quintessential - or in this version - ‘Queentessential.’
The card with the highest score wins, and the losers have to hand their card to the winner.
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Card makers Winning Move claim they put together the set after studying “just about every word ever printed about the Queen” and monitoring the sovereign’s body language.
A spokesman said: “We feel this pack is definitive.”
Diamond Jubilee Top Trumps: More of the Queen’s favourites
Corgi – Favourite corgi Susan was given to her as an 18th birthday present by her parents, King George VI and the Queen Mother. She apparently convinced Prince Phillip to let the posh pooch to tag along on their honeymoon.
Drink – Gin and Dubonnet. The Queen Mother famously favoured the tipple - a habit that was later inherited by her daughter Elizabeth.
Royal – Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge. Kate’s marriage to the Queen’s grandson Prince William prompted a change to a 300-year-old law of succession to the throne.
Prime Minister – Out of 12 Prime Ministers living at number 10 during her 60-year reign, David Cameron has been listed as her favourite. According to the new edition of Top Trumps, she once described the Conservative leader as ‘a remarkable young man.’
Hug – Michelle Obama. After the pair embraced at a G20 reception in 2009.
TV show – Coronation Street. The Queen visited the set of the Manchester-based soap opera in 1982 and her son Prince Charles even starred in a live 40th anniversary episode.