M&S unveil adorable Corgi and Queen Connie Caterpillar Cake ahead of Queen’s Jubilee

Marks and Spencer’s caterpillar cakes are the ultimate celebratory sweet treat.

And what better way to honour that than by the retailer bringing out a set of two limited edition caterpillar cakes to celebrate the Queen’s jubilee.

Corgi and Queen Connie the Caterpillar Cake are a selection of two of the store’s famous caterpillar cake but dressed in royal fashion.

The chocolate sponge rolls are filled with chocolate buttercream and covered in milk chocolate.

Both also come with an edible cape with Queen Connie’s featuring a crown on the back and Corgi has a union jack on his.

Each cake has a chocolate face – white chocolate with a tiara for Queen Connie and milk chocolate for cheeky Corgi.

Marks and Spencer didn’t stop there and also released Caramel Corgi Mousse Cakes.

The cakes are filled with caramel blond chocolate mousse and salted caramel coming on a crisp chocolate wafer base.

Like Queen Connie and Corgi, they feature chocolate faces and as a cute edition, even come with milk chocolate ears.

M&S also created 'Britain's answer to Prosecco' in the form of English sparkling wine.

Bramble Hill bubbly simply screams sunny days and celebrations, with its delightful taste, and M&S are selling it for a right royal bargain – £15!

Celebrations for the Queen’s jubilee will take place over anextended bank holiday weekendstarting on Thursday 2 June.

The 95 year old, who is the longest ever reigning monarch, will mark seventy years on the throne during the first weekend of June and the accompanying festivities will delight the nation.

Thousands of street parties are set to take place up and down the country dedicated to the Queen's impressive reign.

The long weekend will kick off with the Queen's Birthday Parade (Trooping the Colour) on Thursday 2 June.

On the same day, beacons will be lit to mark the Jubilee in over 1500 towns, villages and cities throughout the UK, Channel Islands, Isle of Man and UK Overseas Territories.

The Principal beacon will be lit in a special ceremony at Buckingham Palace, while the capital cities of Commonwealth countries will also light beacons.

On Friday 3 June, a Service of Thanksgiving to mark the Queen's reign will be held at St Paul's Cathedral.

Some of the world's biggest stars are set to perform on stage and celebrate Her Majesty's most significant moments from her reign.

During the final day of the celebrations, a Jubilee lunch will be held with over 1,400 people having already registered to host their own version of the lunch.

A platinum Jubilee Pageant will also take place with musicians, military personnel, key workers and volunteers joining forces to tell the story of the Queen's reign.

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