The Royal Wedding is just a few months away, and what better way to celebrate Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's upcoming nuptials than with some dolls dressed up to look like them?
That's presumably what one crafter from New Jersey was thinking when they decided to create dolls versions of the happy couple. There was just one problem...
Most of us have been kind of low-key obsessed with Meghan Markle and Prince Harry since they announced their engagement near the end of last year.
via: GettyIn just a few short months, Meghan Markle's life will change forever — and so will Prince Harry's, of course. The Etsy seller HistoryWearz decided to mark the occasion by creating dolls in Harry and Markle's likeness.
Here's the Meghan Markle doll.
via: EtsyOK...sure. There's some resemblance there. Now let me see that Prince Harry Doll!
via: EtsyUhhhhhhh. Wait. This is the Prince Harry doll?
Just as a refresher, this is what Prince Harry actually looks like:
via: GettyRed hair. Blue eyes. Two things which that doll does not have. Let's see a pic of the two dolls together...
via: EtsyHm. Well, I don't mean to speak out of turn or anything, but I think I can sum up what we're all feeling here: Yikes.
@ThePerezHilton @PerezHilton @cocoperez https://t.co/LcSqqaSZOO— Christina (@Christina)1516366083.0
Oh, and these dolls do not come cheap. They cost $175.00. This Twitter user was able to find a silver lining to the price, though:Yep! For a mere $175 dollars, you can bring these dolls which are almost assuredly haunted into your home. Where you live. For now.
If that Prince Harry doll is not actually Prince Harry (and I cannot overstate enough that it is definitely not), then just who is that...er...handsome(?) chap?
@MetroUK The man is Paul McCartney from the ‘Seargent Pepper’ era.— Richard Wilson (@Richard Wilson)1516201581.0
Let me list the things that are wrong with these new 'Harry & Meghan' dolls. 1. Everything. https://t.co/HJTRrQzTqS— Michael Moran (@Michael Moran)1516281479.0