Glitter crisps to life-size cutouts: the most ridiculous royal wedding memorabilia you can buy
With the royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle just around the corner, retailers are taking full advantage of the grand occasion by launching a host of themed products.
From limited edition food items, to mugs, books and dolls, here is a selection of the most ridiculous items you can buy to commemorate the big day.
Wedding Rings Commemorative Cereal
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Bring a sense of occasion to breakfast time with this special royal edition cereal and enjoy tucking into delicious toasted multigrain hoops, which supposedly represent the wedding rings of the husband and wife to be.
Crown Jewel Heritage Condoms
The souvenir product aims to offer a uniquely patriotic experience (Photo: Crown Jewels)
Dubbed as the ideal gift for that special someone, these regal condoms not only offer protection of the highest order, they also play a musical arrangement of God Save the Queen and the Star Spangled Banner when opened to really set the mood.
Buy here: crownjewelscondoms.co.uk
Royal Wedding Pill Box
Don't settle for an ordinary pill box when you can treat yourself to this fancy commemorative fine bone china one, which features an elegant decorative design and is commissioned exclusively by Buckingham Palace.
Buy here: johnlewis.com
Enjoy some sweet ginger American mustard flavoured sausages (Photo: Heck)
HECK's special edition pork sausages - named 'The Majestic' - are flavoured with sweet ginger and American mustard in honour of the royal couple, and are available to buy exclusively from Sainsbury's until 22 May, or online in the HECK shop.
Buy here: heckfood.co.uk
Tyrrells crisps have launched some limited edition parsnip crisps to mark the occasion, which are available at independent retailers for a cost of £2.49.
Named 'Ginger & Sparkle', the crisps are flavoured with ginger, sweet honey and dusted with edible glitter to lend a celebratory feel.
Channel your inner Cinderella and don your own pair of princess shoes with these glam glitter flats from Hotter, designed to bring a dash of 'Markle Sparkle' to any outfit.
Buy here: hotter.com
Royal Wedding Crown Ornament
Hotter's Royal Edition Meghan Shoes aim to bring a bit of sparkle to every outfit (Photo: Hotter)
This decorative keepsake will serve as a glowing reminder of the historic day for many years to come, and is sure to make a fine addition to your Christmas tree.
Buy here: highgrovegardens.com
Weddings are a great excuse to eat cake and Mr Kipling have wasted no time ensuring you will be well fuelled for the big day with these delicate Bridal Fancies, available for a limited period only.
Buy here: groceries.asda.com
Bring royalty into your home with this life-size cutout (Photo: Amazon)
Want to feel closer to the action? Why not buy yourself a life-size cardboard cutout of the happy couple to stand proudly in your home?
Buy here: amazon.co.uk
'It should have been me' T-shirt
Ideal if you're feeling a bit bitter about Prince Harry no longer being on the market, this cheeky slogan tee from Redbubble will allow you to wear your feelings firmly on your chest.
Buy here: redbubble.com
Celebrate in style with these decorative glass charms (Photo: Etsy)
With this keepsake charm you won't have to worry about losing your glass during the wedding celebrations and you can get enjoyment out of the decorative souvenir again and again.
Windsor Knot Pale Ale
Toast the historic occasion with a bottle of royal wedding ale, made using a special blend of British Hops, American West Coast hops and champagne yeast as a finishing touch.
Buy here: webrew.co.uk
Bring a touch of royalty into your kitchen with these unique cooking spoons - perfect for a bit of couple bonding over a hot stove.