Just when you thought we'd reached peak royal wedding, KFC steps up to the memorabilia plate.
The fast-food chain has created specially designed buckets made of bone china to celebrate the marriage of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle this weekend.
This might just be the worst example of royal wedding out there so far, but we can help but snigger at the thought of Harry and Meghan chowing down on a bargain bucket in their wedding gear.
And the couple did talk about how they attempted to cook a roast chicken just before Harry proposed, so at least they are a fan of the meat...
That said, it's likely to frustrate some KFC and royal fans, as there are only 50 of the buckets available via its Windsor branch on the wedding day itself.
We've also asked KFC how much the buckets will cost, as many shops start to cash in on the event.
A KFC spokesperson commented: “When we discovered Prince Harry proposed over a roast chicken, we simply had to show our support for the big occasion.
"We’re preparing for a rush on orders next Saturday as the people of Windsor flock to our Dedworth Road restaurant to get their hands on this priceless piece of British history.”
Anyone else who wants a special bucket will be able to enter a competition via KFC's app where there will be an additional 25 to win.
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