CAN you spot what's wrong with this royal plate?

People across the world are counting down until Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's big day - but it seems there's been a bit of a rush, when it comes to the commemorative china.

A royal wedding plate, spotted on Etsy UK, seems to highlight the marriage of the Suits actress not to her royal fiance, but to another red-headed Brit, reports The Sun.

Can you spot what's wrong with this royal plate? Picture: Etsy
Can you spot what's wrong with this royal plate? Picture: Etsy

Whoever commissioned the plates seems to have got their famous gingers muddled up - as they've used a photo of Ed Sheeran instead of Prince Harry.

The plate is listed for £25 (A$46) on the shopping website - and former royal chef Darren McGrady spotted the gaffe, before sharing it on Twitter.

 

The listing for the plate reads: "Celebrate THE wedding of the year with this beautiful china plate featuring the portraits of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

"Whether you choose to eat your toast and Marmite (Harry's favourite snack) from it, or hang it on your wall, this plate won't fail to raise a smile and evoke pride in our country's most cherished couple."

Below the description, the seller admits she made up the bit about Marmite being Harry's favourite snack.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle pose for the media at Kensington Palace after announcing their engagement. Picture: Eddie Mulholland/Pool via AP
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle pose for the media at Kensington Palace after announcing their engagement. Picture: Eddie Mulholland/Pool via AP

One Twitter user commented on McGrady's tweet, saying "When you only had one job to do and dit (sic) it wrong", and another wrote "I officially need 2 of these error plates".

However, one fan confirmed the plate is a joke.

"Guys ... it's a joke! It's my friends (sic) company and it's meant to be a pi**take. If you look at her other work then you'd realise this. But it's certainly got all@your tongues wagging hey."

This story first appeared in The Sun.



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