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Saturday Night Live Tributes Meghan Markle And Prince Harry's Royal Wedding-And It's Hilarious

News by Joey Jordan Published on 21 May,2018 Updated on 21 May,2018

Saturday Night Live Gives Hilarious Treat To Prince Harry And Meghan Markle's Royal Reception

  • Prince Harry and Meghan Markle hosted a Royal reception at the Frogmore House on Sunday.
  • The couple celebrated the reception which was limited to around 200 family members and friends.
  • The Saturday Night Live tributed the reception in their hysterical imagination of the celebration.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle tied the knot among 600 guests at the Windsor Castle on Saturday. The royal reception of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex was hosted on Sunday which was off-limits to the reporters. But, Saturday Night Live gave a glimpse of what the reception might have been like.

The evening reception at the Frogmore House was limited to around 200 family members and friends of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle; however, SNL gave their hysterical imagination of the celebration.

CAPTION: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle hosted their Royal reception at at Frogmore House SOURCE: The New York Times

Mikey Day played Prince Harry in the final episode of the season where Day showed the views of an imagined after-party in what he called the ''official wedding video 2018.'' In the video, Day can be heard saying "What's up? It's your boy Harry Windsor, a.k.a Ron Sleasley."

Day can also be seen taking his videographer to the guests including Kate Middleton, played by Cecily Strong. 

Harry then visited his grandmother Queen Elizabeth performed by Kate McKinnon where she can be seen talking with one of Meghan Markle's relatives who casually rested his arms around her shoulders as he encouraged her to watch The Crown. The Queen said to the camera,

This gentleman has also said that I must visit Philadelphia.

Prince Harry later went to check on the ''cheap seats'' and ''rando table'' where he met some of his wife Meghan Markle's colleagues.

Later comedian Leslie Jones also appeared on the video where she played herself and said: "I started tweeting about the wedding two days ago, and then I got invited-just like the Olympics, that's my thing. I might be at the North Korea meeting, we'll see.''

The video wrapped up with the newlyweds signing off as "Prince Harry Markle."

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