With Royal weddings comes Royal merchandise. These are not necessarily official Royal memorabilia… but sellers try to make it seem that way anyway. Here are the most bizarre items to hit them market since Prince Harry and Meghan Markle announced their engagement:
god has truly abandoned us pic.twitter.com/3VtLBBqnpr
— Kassy Cho (@kassyapple) May 13, 2018
— Victoria Arbiter (@victoriaarbiter) April 27, 2018
Crown Jewels limited edition condoms.
Royal Wedding souvenir four-pack comes in a box with pop-up portrait of Harry and Meghan and plays a combined arrangement of the US and British national anthems pic.twitter.com/9SBTcVPPNr
— AFP news agency (@AFP) May 14, 2018
Bad wedding souvenir of the day: a £51.99 bongo drum. No home should be without one. pic.twitter.com/hc5XsPyYkL
— Mark Beech (@Mark_Beech) May 6, 2018
About time: Another bad-taste Royal wedding souvenir. I'll be wishing them well – not by buying stuff like this. pic.twitter.com/n6PnojvPzN
— Mark Beech (@Mark_Beech) May 2, 2018
— INSIDER (@thisisinsider) April 11, 2018
— Delish.com (@DelishDotCom) May 3, 2018
So, for the bargain price of £40(!!) you can get your very own Harry and Meghan breakfast cereal 😂
— Lorraine (@lorraine) May 10, 2018
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