Netizens have been expressing varied reactions to news of the engagement of Prince Harry to his American girlfriend Meghan Markle.
The engagement was officially announced on Monday through a statement by Kensington Palace.
The two lovebirds are expected to tie the knot next year in a lavish royal ceremony.
Although the two have tried keeping their relationship under wraps, a lot has been said about Ms Markle.
Meghan, commonly known for her role as Rachel in the drama series ‘Suits’, has been on the spotlight for her mixed ethnicity ever since her relationship with Prince Harry became public.
According to the British newspaper Guardian, Markle spoke of her heritage as a source of pride.
“My dad is Caucasian and my mom is African-American,” she said in a past interview.
The online community offered congratulatory messages to the couple, but also cheeky remarks accompanied by hilarious memes.
— Realm Recruit (@realmrecruit) November 27, 2017
Waking up to the news that Meghan Markle & Prince Harry are engaged and having a spring wedding has me like pic.twitter.com/QmuIIpLqU8
— RIP❤️SHARESE (@WhoJaded) November 27, 2017
And then there were those who were sentimental, bringing up the actress onscreen fiancé Mike Ross in the drama series ‘Suits’.
NOPE. The only guy meant for Meghan Markle is Mike Ross from Suits and that’s it. I don’t understand this “engagement” news pic.twitter.com/DW6Khn6H0L
— Eric Hubbs (@BarstoolHubbs) November 27, 2017
Meghan Markle’s family living it uppp at the wedding reception pic.twitter.com/NPELc5vE3u
— Tiger Lily ???? (@wrappednculture) November 27, 2017
— Michele? (@michele_davey) November 27, 2017
Me acting like I'm from Meghan Markle's mama's side of the family trying to get into their wedding. pic.twitter.com/uRNgjukN5C
— ??♀️ Ree Ree ? (@AwkwardlyReeRee) November 27, 2017
Everyone's Googling Meghan Markle and her parents like… ? pic.twitter.com/CxvSIF4Dst
— Nicole Livas ?? (@Nicole_Livas) November 27, 2017
Every newsroom right now trying to figure out if Meghan Markle will be a princess pic.twitter.com/MYAcK9hDAS
— Josh K. Elliott (@joshkelliott) November 27, 2017
— Simona (@simona_ka) November 27, 2017
— ? (@EUniversee) November 27, 2017