Hilarious Royal Wedding Memes That Will Make You Laugh.


Some girls always dream of the day when their prince will come to take them away to lead a happy life.

If there's one family that knows how to throw a great wedding, it's the British Royal Family. Their weddings are always spectacular. Remember the one with Prince Charles and Lady Diana in 1981? How about Prince Charles and Camilla's wedding in 2005, or Prince William and Catherine Middleton in 2011? Well once again, the British monarchy has gifted the world with a royal wedding, and this time it was Prince Harry and Meghan Markle who tied the knot on May 19, 2018, in St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle. But the ceremony has given online users a lot to laugh about with these hilarious memes that will have you in stitches.

For Meghan Markle that dream actually came true because she did in fact marry Prince Harry, and these side-by-side snaps show that her fairy tale parallels the happy ending of one of the coolest Disney princesses ever... Cinderella!

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Obviously, there's no way that you can make a Cinderella reference without mentioning the stepsisters.

Maybe it's just some weird coincidence, but those two on the right were dressed a lot like the wicked stepsisters on Disney's animated "Cinderella." Actually, they're Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice and they're not wicked.


English socialite Pippa Middleton should know better than to wear a dress that resembles a can of tea.

The internet seems to think that the younger sister of Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, was wearing something that looked a whole lot like a can of Arizona Ice Tea. But she still looked pretty amazing in it.


They say that it takes men a little longer to grow up, but it looks like Prince Harry is a kid at heart.

On the photo on the left, he's making a goofy face and sticking his tongue out, much to the shock of his mother, the late Princess Diana. But years later, a grown-up Prince Harry is still up to his old tricks at his wedding.


Meaghan Markle has really modernized the royal family.

Not only is she a former actress who was born and raised in America, but she's biracial too. Her dad, Thomas Markle, is Caucasian and her mom, Doria Ragland, is African-American, and the internet got some serious Princess Tiana vibe at this wedding.


You have to love Fergie for breaking with tradition and refusing to go in a colorful outfit to the wedding.

Instead, everyone is comparing her to Maleficent when she crashed Princess Aurora's christening. Fortunately, Fergie is a caring human being who doesn't mind stepping out of the atypical fashion comfort zone,. Plus, she doesn't know how to cast a sleeping spell...as far as we know!


When you're a prince who has decided to marry someone else, don't invite your ex to the ceremony.

Poor Chelsy Davy became the center of a lot of internet jokes made mostly because she had some serious facial expressions, which seemed to show her in a bad light as her ex exchanged vows with someone else.


"Fashion Police" is no longer on the air, but it seemed like some "Joan Rangers" were called to duty.

Everyone was glued to the TV set or on their computer screen to get a peek at the fabulous British wedding ceremony. But of course, judging what everyone was wearing is just a way to mask our deep sorrow for not getting invited. Bummer!


Actor Tom Hardy was one of many celebrities who were invited to the Royal Wedding.

But poor Tom, aka Bane from "The Dark Knight Rises," looked positively bored out of his mind. His head was leaning slightly to one side and you don't need to be a psychic to read his thoughts. His eyes were clearly asking, "Is it over yet?" Snap out of it, dude!


Was the Queen wearing yellow or lime green? That became a major debate among online folks.

Some people have gotten into discussions over the color of Queen Elizabeth's ensemble, but in this photo, she looks like she's wearing something made out of Minion's skin. Who would have imagined that Queen Elizabeth was into cosplay anyway?


The reaction on the internet over the Royal Wedding was huge, and so were some of the critiques.

Some folks were glad that the whole event was televised because they would have been tapped out if they even considered walking all the way to St. George's Chapel. That's why they invented the internet, honey, so you can go places without straining yourself.


There's a time and a place to shine and a moment when someone younger steps in to take your place.

The internet also made fun of the fact that Queen Elizabeth is looking at Meghan as if she were about to eat her alive. Maybe her Royal Highness was simply tired. After all, she is 92 years old. But maybe she's eyeing her and mentally telling her, "Don't break my grandson's heart."


Meaghan, Duchess of Sussex, gave the crowd that gaze that just screamed, "I did it, mom!"

Of course, Meghan was already a successful actress, an amazing humanitarian who works with charities to help the environment, and she's also a graduate of Northwestern University. So her marriage to Prince Harry is simply icing on the cake.


With all the issues going on in the world, online users were pleased to talk about love for a change.

British weddings don't happen every day, but wouldn't it be cool if they did? It would be so refreshing to wake up, turn on the TV, and witness a happy occasion, like the union of two people who are clearly very much in love.