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Someone just put the royal couple on swimsuits, and WTF

Product makers have found yet another, ahem, novel way to honour the upcoming wedding between Meghan Markle and Prince Harry.

First, it was Meghan Markle’s own cousin who had the brilliant idea of commemorating the royal nuptials by creating a potent new strain of marijuana aptly called Markle’s Sparkle.

Now, British retailer Bags of Love, which specialises in creating personalised items like cushions, blankets, and light shades, has decided to dive into the royal craze by releasing these not-so-subtle swimsuits decorated with Prince Harry’s and Meghan Markle’s face.

Bags of Love

The curious designs are available in eight sizes from XS to 4XL, and the product is described as a “gorgeous one-piece” that’s “flattering on any figure.”

Lucky you, you can choose either a matte or soft sheen Lycra, and customise it to have a scoop neckline, or if you’re a bit more adventurous, a low-cut scoop back.

You can pick your favourite photo of Meghan or Harry to print, and prices start at US$37 (AUS$50) plus shipping.

Bags of Love

For those of you who fancy a good DIY project, Bags of Love also includes an option to order the royal wedding-themed swimsuit as a textile pattern kit so you can cut on the pattern lines and sew it yourself at home.

Find out more about the strange swimsuit collection here.

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