12 Items You Can Already Buy With Prince Harry & Meghan Markle's Faces On Them

If you're cynical about love stories, I don't blame you. I have no reason to be salty about fairytale romances — I'm in a happy relationship, and my parents are still disgustingly in love after nearly 30 years together — but I'm a natural skeptic. But even though I'm a party pooper when it comes to happily-ever-after stories, I make an exception for the royal family — they can do no wrong in my eyes. I just found out you can already order products with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's faces on them, and I'm 100 percent on board.

I'm American and have no connection to the United Kingdom, but I skipped class in high school to watch Prince William and Kate Middleton's wedding in 2011. If you're tempted to cancel all of your plans to watch Harry and Meghan's royal nuptials in May, I'm on your side. Every royal event is extravagant AF and worth watching, but Markle is a woman of color with a decidedly normal background, which makes it easier for many of us to identify with her. It's no surprise that people immediately made products with her and Harry's faces after the engagement was announced — it's hard to not love them. These are a few of my favorites.



Harry and Meghan Earrings, $8, Etsy

I'm tempted to re-pierce my closed earlobes just to buy these and wear them every day. Sure, this could be seen as slightly over-the-top, but I think it's just the right amount of extra.


A Mug

When Harry Met Meghan Mug, $12, Etsy

If you want to drink your morning coffee while also paying homage to your favorite couple, you should definitely order this mug. The nod to When Harry Met Sally is just a bonus.


A Miniature Plate

Harry and Meghan Dollhouse Miniature Plate, $4, Etsy

If you want a collectible that also won't add any clutter to your home, this miniature plate is a solid choice. It's only one inch tall because it's made for dollhouses, but anyone can buy this ode to royal love.


Royal Wedding Watch Party Invites

Prince Harry and Meghan Wedding Watch Party Invitation, $15, Etsy

May 19, 2018 should be an international holiday, but since it's not, most of us will have things to do that day. The good news: It's a Saturday, so you have the opportunity to host a royal wedding watch party.


A Canvas

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Vector Illustration, $4, Etsy

This illustration can be downloaded and printed on pretty much anything, and I'm kind of obsessed with it. If you want to show the world that your love for Harry and Meghan is real, printing a canvas with their faces is a foolproof way to do so.


A Half Dollar Set

Royal Engagement JFK Half Dollar 2-Coin Set, $17, LivingSocial

A half dollar may not be the first thing that comes to mind when you think of the royal couple, but if you're a collector or want a unique gift, this is the perfect choice.


A Throw Pillow

Prince Harry & Meghan Markle Throw Pillow, $38, Zazzle

My couch is covered in throw pillows, and I'm always looking for more. If you also believe that you can never have enough pillows, then you might as well splurge on this one.


Life-Size Cutouts

Prince Harry And Meghan Markle Life Size Cutout, $67, Amazon

The possibilities with these life-size cutouts are truly endless. Use them for decoration at a royal watch party or just put them in your living room. I won't judge you either way.


A Tie-Dye T-Shirt

Harry and Meghan Engagement Portrait T-Shirt, $28, Zazzle

Should we leave tie-dye in 2017 (or, more accurately, the 1990s)? I'm willing to listen to arguments from tie-dye haters, but this shirt is amazing and no one will convince me otherwise.


Christmas Tree Ornament

Royal Engagement Christmas Ornament, $28, Etsy

Christmas 2017 is over, but it's never too soon to prepare for next year. Most of my ornaments are either generic or hopelessly corny, so this would be a welcome addition on my tree.


Cupcake Toppers

Prince Harry & Meghan Edible Wafer Paper Toppers, $2, Etsy

It's not like I need an excuse to eat dessert, but edible cake toppers are still a game changer. These are adorable and you can eat them after you snap a picture for Instagram. What else could you possibly need?


Beer Stein

Beer Stein, $27, Zazzle

I'm not classy enough to drink my alcohol out of ceramic beer steins, so this drinkware feels like it's completely out of my league. If you're a more put-together individual than I am, you could totally get away with this. As we get closer to the royal wedding, the number of products dedicated to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will only increase. You might as well get ahead of the crowd.