Photos of Meghan Markle attending her first Royal Christmas have inspired a series of rude jokes about her rather unusual outfit choice.
Meghan who was attending the royal’s traditional Christmas morning church service at Sandringham, wore a rather stylish (And no doubt expensive) brown coat and matching hat.
Unfortunately, a lot of people think that the future duchess’ hat looks a bit like the poop emoji and they’ve taken to Twitter to let the world know they’ve got a keen eye for comedy.
Did she piss off her stylist? I know I am not the only one who sees the poop emoji on her head. #MeghanMarkle
— O.o (@SpinDizzie) December 25, 2017
Was Meghan markle wearing the poop emoji on her head ? #RoyalFamily
— terry charleton (@terrycharleton) December 25, 2017
Why is #MeghanMarkle wearing a poop emoji on her head?
Excellent level of news commentary in this household.
— David D'Souza (@dds180) December 25, 2017
Meghan Markle hat reminds me of 💩 emoji pic.twitter.com/fKM1FYHEHE
— Rosie 🏴🇬🇧#IAMTOMMY (@rose__1975) December 25, 2017
Oh Meghan, that hat! What were you thinking?#MeghanMarkle
— Duchess of Windsor (@Mrs_W_Simpson) December 25, 2017
The hat??? What's with the horrendous hat?? Do they start changing beginning with the hat? #MeghanMarkle
— 👌Alina 🇬🇧 (@ailsybabe) December 25, 2017
Other people were slightly more charitable saying it looks like chocolate…
Ms. Meghan’s hat looks like a chocolate dome. Quite appetizing pic.twitter.com/xh9OzCInxa
— Dormer (@ajdnalkfosmmm) December 25, 2017
Meghan Markle attended the service with fiance Harry and her future brother and sister-in-law the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
The royal family were greeted by well-wishers who had been queuing for hours to see the royal family arrive for the annual church service.
Harry and Meghan who announced their engagement in November, spoke to the crowds after a service at St Mary Magdalene Church.
Meghan’s coat was made by luxury Canadian brand Sentaler from baby alpaca wool and sells from £986.
She was also carrying a brown Chloe pixie bag, which costs an eye-watering £1,400.
Merry Christmas indeed.