The Royal Wedding of Britain's Prince Harry with actress Meghan Markle got all attention on May 19. The couple exchanged wedding vows at St George’s Chapel in iconic Windsor Castle and sealed their marriage with a kiss. The entire ceremony was live-streamed on various platforms and every detail was being talked about. From the outfits to the guests' everything was under the scanner and all the updates were being made on social media. Who wore what and the pictures of the royal couple were widely shared in the social media space.
The Royal wedding was one of the most important events for the fans of royalty but an added dose of perceived humour always works. The entire glorious event was 'goals' to some while other found best of jokes in all the moments. Twitteratis are known to add their bits of funny to any incident and the Royal Wedding was trending so much that it definitely could not be missed. Take a look at some of the funniest tweets about the Royal Wedding ceremony:
Where was Indian Royalty?
Why has Nawab Taimur not been invited to the Royal Wedding?
— Trendulkar (@Trendulkar) May 19, 2018
The Royal Couple could not escape the popular meme trend
Ghar se Kuch Dur
hi.. hi.. pic.twitter.com/oCHyndWRl1
— Chin S. (@chin80) May 19, 2018
Royal dress code got us like...
Not sure if people are all dressed up for the #RoyalWedding or the Derby at Mahalaxmi Race Course
— Sonali Thakker (@SonaliThakker) May 19, 2018
Race-ing to the wedding was our Bhai!
— Kru (@Achari_Nimboo) May 20, 2018
Forget the guests, this kid's got my attention
— Robyn Ross (@RobynRossTV) May 19, 2018
Meghan Modi. pic.twitter.com/6spc4wNMw6
— Be'Havin! (@WrongDoc) May 19, 2018
Who needs lipreading when you have this dubbed version?
Dubbed version of the wedding ceremony for release only in India. pic.twitter.com/rPvLrpFtAK
— Rishi Kapoor (@chintskap) May 20, 2018
Yes, why do I need to be ready?
Looks at Twitter Feed: “Are you ready for the Royal Wedding?”
Listens to Radio: “Are you ready for the Royal Wedding?”
Turns on TV: “Are you ready for the Royal Wedding?”
Genuinely not sure if I’m ready or what sort of preparation is required from me.
— Bonnie Baker (@bonniepipkin) May 12, 2018
Minion presence felt, that too royally!
— Tiernan Douieb (@TiernanDouieb) May 19, 2018
There has been a report that there were about 6 million tweets with the hashtag of #RoyalWedding. That shows how much people were keen on everything that was happening in the ceremony. While some chose mushy belief in romance, these funny tweets were quite an entertaining.