Videos: Diamond Jubilee celebration tips from TV presenter Ben Fogle and party queen Polly Betton

16:04 01 June 2012

Watch these videos for some great last-minute party tips for anyone throwing a Diamond Jubilee celebration.

Polly Betton is founder of events company Tea Time Production and has been hailed as the "get together guru" by Harpers Bazaar.

She has some fun ideas for how you can make sure your Jubilee party goes off with a bang.

Meanwhile, TV presenter and royal insider Ben Fogle also looks ahead to this weekend and teaches Brits how to host a Jubilee tea party fit for the Queen, revealing aspects of Royal etiquette.

If you’ve got any great advice on throwing a successful party, post it in the comments box below.

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