Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle's 'royal wedding photo' has gone viral online, thanks to a creative Photoshop user who said she is "doing the lord's work".
A Twitter user who goes by the name of 'spidertxm' is responsible for the joke photo, which has been celebrated by fans of the two women and the LGBTQI+ community.
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Photos of the Duchess of Cambridge and the Duchess of Sussex from their respective weddings have been cut together to make it look like the pair were each other's brides.
"The only royal couple I stan," one Twitter user wrote.
"This is everything I didn't know I needed," said another.
The sisters-in-law recently made their first public outing together when they attended the Wimbledon women's tennis final.
If they were actually married, they'd be the first female same-sex couple to be married in the British royal family.
The first ever gay royal wedding took place in Britain just last month. Lord Ivar Mountbatten, cousin to Queen Elizabeth, married James Coyle at a ceremony in Devon.
Lord Ivar came out publicly in 2016, years after splitting from his ex-wife who ended up walking him down the aisle.