The Queen’s must-have high-street beauty products revealed – including £22 Elizabeth Arden lipstick and £8 Essie nail polish

NO matter what the occasion, the Queen always manages to look chic, stylish and well presented.

And at 93, Her Maj has barely aged at all over the last couple of decades, which makes us VERY keen to know exactly which beauty products she swears by.

According to reports, Queen Elizabeth favours a number of brands and specific products, including a timeless pale pink nail varnish and a rosy pink lipstick.

And with both products sold on the high street, Her Maj's make-up bag won't break the bank, either.

Who says you need to spend hundreds to maintain a youthful complexion?

We've rounded up all of the Queen's favourite beauty products, so you can steal her royal style ASAP.

Clarins Hand and Nail Treatment Cream

The Queen is said to be a huge fan of Clarins – especially their skincare products.

As well as favouring their popular hand and nail cream – which you can snap up for £23 – it's reported Her Maj also commissioned the French brand to create the perfect red lipstick for her to wear on her Coronation in 1953.

  • Hand and Nail Treatment Cream, £23, Clarins – buy now

Essie Ballet Slipper Nail Varnish

The pearly pink nail polish is said to be the Queen's ultimate beauty go-to.

It's versatile, classic and the monarch has been wearing it since 1989.

At the time, the Queen's hairdresser wrote to Essie creator Essie Weingarten, explaining it was "the only colour Her Majesty would wear".

In fact, she loves it so much, she's also introduced granddaughter-in-law Kate Middleton to the shade.

  • Essie Ballet Slippers Sheer Pink Nail Polish, £7.99, Boots – buy now

Yardley Lavender Soap

Yardley has a long history with the royal family, with the brand securing a warrant back in the seventeenth century from King Charles I, to supply all of London's soap.

Almost 400 years later, the signature lavender scent is still a favourite among the royals and is loved so much, it's reportedly stocked inside the royal residences.

  • Original English Lavender Soap, £7.99, Yardley London – buy now

Elizabeth Arden colour moisturising lipstick

The rosy pink lipstick is the Queen's signature shade and while it's not known exactly which colour she prefers, it's almost always a warm pink hue.

She's even been known to apply it without a mirror – now that's a skill.

  • Colour moisturising lipstick, £22, Elizabeth Arden – buy now

Floris White Rose eau de toilette

Floris have a royal warrant from the Queen (which is a mark of recognition for having supplied goods to the royal households for at least five years).

And while it's not confirmed which scent is her favourite, carnations are thought to be Her Majesty's favourite flower, so many royal experts point to White Rose as being her signature scent.

  • White Rose eau de toilette, £80, Floris – buy now

Molton Brown Rhubarb & Rose Bath & Shower Gel

Molton Brown also have a royal warrant and are thought to be stocked in the royal households, too.

While it's not currently known which product is the Queen's fave, the classic rhubarb and rose shower and bath gel is thought by many to be her top toiletry choice.

  • Delicious Rhubarb & Rose Shower Gel, £22, Molton Brown – buy now

Clarins Ever Matte Mineral Powder Compact

Another Clarins favourite, the monarch has a royal warrant for both Clarins' skincare and make-up collections and is said to love the brand's matte mineral powder.

Known as "the shine stopper" the ultra fine powder evens out the complexion and controls shine for a long-lasting flawless finish.

  • Ever Matte Mineral Powder Compact, £28, Clarins – buy now

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We also revealed what Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s most OTT PDAs say about their marriage.

And we showed you how Princess Diana laughed when Prince Charles popped the question and ‘didn’t think it was romantic’, royal expert claims.

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