Prince Harry and Meghan Markle-themed sex toys have gone on sale ahead of the royal wedding
Lovehoney has released a limited edition Royal Wedding Vibrating Love Ring in gold and a silver Markle Sparkle Vibrating Finger Ring ahead of the ceremony on May 19; The online sex toy retailer posted record profits and sales last year after being honoured by the Queen for boosting UK exports - and the owners met Her Majesty and Prince Philip at Buckingham Palace
Sex toys celebrating Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding have gone on sale. Lovehoney has released a commemorative Royal Wedding Vibrating Love Ring in gold and a silver Sparkle Markle Vibrating Finger Ring ahead of the ceremony on May 19. The limited edition £9.99 rings are aimed at royal fans who want a sexy souvenir to remember the ceremony at Windsor Castle. The boxes feature fun cartoon images of Prince Harry and his American fiancé alongside the products.
Lovehoney product director Bonny Hall said: “Harry and Meghan are a breath of fresh air and the sexiest thing to happen to the royals in years, so we thought it would be fun to produce two very different kinds of ring in gold and silver for the most passionate royalists. “They will help couples all over the world to celebrate the Windsor Castle wedding with a bang! “The Royal Wedding Vibrating Love Ring is adapted from the world’s most popular couples’ toy. “Just slip the ring onto his Prince Charming and enjoy mutually stimulating benefits during love-making. “The Markle Sparkle Vibrating Finger is worn on the finger to provide added royal spice to foreplay. “We adore the royals at Lovehoney and were thrilled to be honoured by the Queen two years ago. “We hope everyone will see the fun side of these cheeky souvenirs.” Lovehoney has produced two royal souvenirs previously including a Her Majazzle crystal tattoo kit for the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee six years ago - inspired by the craze at the time for ‘vajazzling.’ Lovehoney said it was a ‘sparkling street party for your sexy bits.’
Lovehoney - the UK’s largest online sex toy retailer - was awarded the Queen’s Award For Enterprise two years ago for boosting exports. Owners Richard Longhurst and Neal Slateford met the Queen and Prince Philip at a reception at Buckingham Palace for award winners. The accolade helped the Bath-based firm to achieve record £9 million profits after sales surged 31% to £76 million last year.