Is a royal wedding really a royal wedding if it doesn’t inspire reams upon reams of themed merchandise? We think not. Luckily, the impending marriage of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle has inspired plenty of spin-off memorabilia, from the traditional (commemorative tea towels, anyone?) to the risqué (the ‘Crown Jewels’ condoms do not – spoiler alert – come with the Palace’s seal of approval) to the downright haunting (remember these Harry and Meghan dolls? Because we certainly do…)
As the countdown to May 19th starts in earnest, this is the (tasteful, we like to think) merch that we’re coveting. Who knows, in a few decades’ time, it might be worth a small fortune…
Meghan and harry merch - Grazia
'Royal wedding, but make it fashion': that's what we imagine the brief was for Net-a-Porter's commemorative capsule collection. Top of our list is this millennial pink tee by London label BLOUSE.
What's a royal wedding without a commemorative tea towel? Of all the Meghan and Harry dishcloths that are doing the rounds, this one (courtesy of the Royal Collection) gets the royal seal of approval.
Wear your appreciation for Meghan on your... feet with New Look's colourful novelty socks.
House of Holland's low-key spin on wedding merch reminds us that we all deserve the royal treatment.
The Biscuiteers are marking the occasion with these sweet biscuit-y renditions of Harry and Meg dressed up for their engagement announcement, made from (what else?) gingerbread.
Raise a cup of tea to the happy couple with Emma Bridgewater's commemorative mug.
Merch has been embraced by streetwear designers in recent seasons, and ASOS's royal wedding tee seems to take its cues from the likes of Vetements...
For Richer For Poorer's royal wedding merch collection is supporting the Windsor Homeless Project: proceeds from this tea towel will go towards a moving-in pack for someone coming off the streets.
We wonder if the Duchess of Cambridge, a self-proclaimed colouring book fan, has a copy of this sitting in her Amazon basket...