Quite possibly the quirkiest thing to come out of the big royal wedding was a one-off wonder of portable living, part serious, part joke, but one hundred percent British on both fronts. Its creators at ETA.UK boast it is so small that if you need supplies you can just tow it with you into the supermarket.
This teardrop-shaped, battery-powered little beauty features everything a good English staycation requires: kettle, teacups and drinks cabinet of course, as well as a flat-screen television and radio (for those following the nuptials) and a full-sized bed.
Options include: solar roof panels, air horn and extra-wide wing mirror for mobility scooter, satellite dish, gaming console, central heating, external luggage rack, bespoke paint.
Unlike larger caravans requiring full-sized trucks (or at least cars) to tow them, this one works with a low-speed mobility scooter for the elderly or disabled. Note: this is not actually for sale, but still, what a concept!