In Partnership With KFC
KFC are launching a limited edition, ornately designed, commemorative bucket to celebrate the Royal Wedding.
Just 50 of the specially designed buckets are being created and will be available exclusively from KFC’s Windsor restaurant on the wedding day itself. Moreover, for those further afield who can’t make it to Windsor, additional bespoke Commemorative Buckets, made from fine bone china, will also be available to win from tomorrow.
You could become one of only 50 collectors in the world to own the strictly limited edition, Kentucky Fine China.
The 50 specially designed buckets will be available on Saturday May 19 for diners celebrating in Windsor’s Dedworth Road KFC.
Whether you’re toasting the Royal nuptials with a Family Feast or a Bargain Bucket – celebrate in style with this highly sought-after commemorative piece.
With your love of Chicken and fine dining you will be in royal company. Rumour has it the Royal Couple are mad for chicken – so much so, Prince Harry himself got down on one knee whilst preparing roast chicken for dinner.
The Royal Wedding Bucket is lavish and regal in its design, featuring a bespoke crest inspired by timeless commemorative memorabilia, but with a modern KFC twist. Featuring resplendent gold flourishes, the bucket is embellished with a classic regal crest, proudly adorned with both British and American flags.
A KFC spokesperson commented:
When we discovered Prince Harry proposed over a roast chicken, we simply had to show our support for the big occasion. We’re preparing for a rush on orders next Saturday as the people of Windsor flock to our Dedworth Road restaurant to get their hands on this priceless piece of British history.
Customers will need to move fast as they are available on a first-come first-served basis on the 19th of May, subject to availability.
For those further afield who can’t make it to Windsor, 25 additional bespoke Commemorative Buckets, made from luxurious fine bone china, will also be available exclusively for KFC’s Colonel Club members to win, from Tuesday 15th May. Download the app and register here for further details.
The wedding between Markle and Prince Harry will be taking place at St. George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle in England.
The service will start at noon at St. George’s Chapel, however guests will start to arrive between 9:30 and 11 a.m. in the U.K. the day of the wedding.
Kensington Palace revealed the royal family will show up by 11:20 am, followed shortly after by Prince Harry and Prince William. Meghan and mum Doria will head to the castle by car.
Prince William is set to be Prince Harry’s best man. Meghan Markle, however, won’t have any bridesmaids or a maid of honor for the ceremony.
As for us, well, we’ll have our KFC buckets as company to scran on won’t we?