The most hilarious royal wedding memes to have graced the Internet

Danielle Fowler
Freelance Writer
From the Duchess of Cambridge’s side-eye to Camilla Parker-Bowles’s feathered hat, these are the most hilarious royal wedding memes to have blessed the Internet [Photo: Getty]

Millions of royal fans from across the globe tuned in to watch Prince Harry and Meghan Markle tie the knot on May 19 but they weren’t necessarily enthralled by the romantic vows.

In true millennial fashion, eagle-eyed viewers took to social media in a bid to outdo one and other with the wittiest memes.

From Prince George’s newfound love of My Chemical Romance to Sarah Ferguson’s major comeback, these were the best royal wedding memes to grace the Internet over the weekend.

When you invite your ex to the wedding

It was to be expected that the Internet would thrive on the fact that Prince Harry’s ex-girlfriend, Chelsy Davy, was in attendance.

In the most meme-worthy fashion, live coverage caught her off-guard with social media users quick off the mark to call out her ‘saltiness’.

When Meghan bagged a tiara

On Saturday 19 May, Meghan Markle became the Duchess of Sussex and the Internet couldn’t help but praise her regal ‘scheming’.

When the page boy summed up our royal wedding mood

One of Jessica Mulroney’s twin sons stole the spotlight at Harry and Meghan’s wedding by summing up every royal fan’s mood with one, almighty grin.

Prince George’s royal wedding look

Whether it was inspired by My Chemical Romance or Harry Potter, we will never know but the Internet sure had fun speculating.

When Prince George was over the wedding five minutes in

Ever since Princess Charlotte’s adorable wave at St Mary’s Hospital last month, Prince George has been in his sister’s shadow. But it turns out, he couldn’t care less.

 

There was obviously a ‘Suits’ reference…

It couldn’t be Meghan’s wedding without a ‘Suits’ reference and former co-star, Rick Hoffman, took it for the team. The actor – famed for playing Louis Litt on the hit series – was mocked for his strange facial expressions throughout the ceremony.

To put rumours to rest, he took to Twitter to explain: “To answer any questions about the weird face that was made at the wedding. Imagine sitting next to people to your right and not knowing which person it was that has halitosis.”

 

The Queen’s green screen aesthetic

The Queen is renowned for her penchant for co-ords but didn’t quite avoid the memes this time around.

When Amal Clooney brought Curious George to the wedding

We initially believed that the A-list couple delivered on the fashion front but one user made a ‘Curious George’ reference and now there’s no going back.

Pippa Middleton’s Arizona Green Tea-inspired dress

Pippa Middleton isn’t one to make a fashion faux-pas but the Internet was quick to note that her £495 dress by The Fold resembled a can of Arizona Iced Tea. Cue the shade…

 

When Fergie made the ultimate comeback

Sarah Ferguson was famously snubbed at the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s 2011 nuptials so it was only fair that she stole the spotlight at Harry and Meghan’s big day, right?

 

Tom Hardy’s facial expression

Having shaved his head for his latest film role as Al Capone, Tom Hardy looked like the ultimate gangster wedding guest and Twitter took full advantage.

 

 

When Camilla looked confused…

Oh, and of course her hat couldn’t escape from Twitter’s grasp

The Duchess of Cambridge’s side-eye

The Duchess of Cambridge sat beside Camilla Parker-Bowles and eagled-eyed viewers were quick to note her apparent ‘side-eye’. Cue the memes.

When the newlyweds were surprised by some of the turnout

When the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge welcomed their third child, social media users sparked a new meme. And it came in handy for Harry and Meghan’s royal wedding…

 

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