If you, for some reason, have an obsession with the British Royals, you might be trying to deal with the fact that you haven’t yet received a specially-printed invitation in the mail.
Unfortunately, you can’t keep blaming South Africa’s post office; you’re going to have to accept the fact that Meghan and Harry most likely don’t know you from a bar of soap.
However, it’s all going to be okay.
We’re just over a month away from the Royal wedding and, to put your mind at ease, Mashable listed some of the best merchandise you might need to celebrate Meghan and Harry’s big day in the comfort of your own home.
The abundance of memorabilia that has hit the online shelves is remarkable.
So, if you are thinking of putting on a little shindig, complete with some Cape Town Gin and Fitch & Leedes Pink Tonic, below are a few of the weirder things listed online that you can add to the party:
The Union Jack should be a staple of all British-themed parties, tacked to the wall like the pseudo patriot that you are. If you already own one, fine, but what about one with Meghan and Harry placed right in the middle:
Can you even? Cop it here.
Okay, okay, it’s not the happy couple in person, but they have to be represented somehow. To combat this minor issue, all you need is a face mask pack – or two – which comes with a complimentary Union Jack hand flag!
Talk about killing two birds with one stone. Click here to add to your basket.
If you’re not that into pretending to be the happy couple with your partner / best friend that is a dog, just buy a life-size cutout. That way, Meghan and Harry can hang out with you all night long.
Sure, their inability to change positions, or expressions, might get a bit weird, but who cares!
Not sure why there’s an insert of Harry throwing a football, but it will just add to the decor. Get your cutout here.
What’s a party without activities, especially if you’re planning on watching the Royal wedding on television. Although the service only begins around midday, you can catch several hours of pre-wedding coverage, during which excitement and anticipation will surely build.
And, while you wait to catch a glimpse of either one of the two, you flip open a book, cut them out and play dress-up with these paper doll cutouts:
Talk about bringing back some memories. Check it here.
Milly Green might be a very good British illustrator, but she’s also quick to make a pretty penny off any Royal event, the wedding included. So, if you’re trading the tea for gin, Milly’s tea towel is the perfect substitute:
Darling, isn’t it? You can order one here.
Oh, and about that gin: get three for the price of two via Yuppiechef and you’re sorted.
If you go for the Rooibos red, you can pretend you’re drinking tea and sip it out of this ‘I want to be Meghan’ mug:
Rooibos and Harry go well together, too – just saying.
Classy. Get it here.
If you have been waiting your entire life to meet a prince, any prince, but have given up, then just pretend you did with this 14-carat gold plated engagement ring replica. It even includes an emerald cut cubic zirconia. Take that, fools:
Want one? Of course you do – find it here.
You might have realised that most of the items are on Amazon and don’t, unfortunately, ship to South Africa. However, there’s always Postbox Courier. Reliable, quick and easy to use, they work wonders when trying to get packages into South Africa.
Here’s a quick look at the Postbox Courier process:
Put on the kettle, plump the cushions and get ready for a wild time watching the last of Diana’s offspring walk down the aisle.
Or don’t – your life.
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