After announcing their engagement, the royal couple has become the number one topic in America, with Khloe Kardashian congratulating them.
But can they overtake the ubiquitous Kardashians? Now, the Royals, bolstered by a real American princess in their ranks, might have a real shot at it. But that possibility didn’t stop Khloe Kardashian from wishing them all the best, after she woke up to the news on Monday morning.
Surprise surprise Khloe!
Right away, she went on Twitter to congratulate them: ‘Congratulations Prince Harry and Meghan Markle!’
As you can see, the younger Kardashian decorated her post with a bunch of emojis, including a heart, a champagne glass, and praying hands. But she wasn’t the only star who wished Prince Harry and Meghan well, as many other stars joined in the celebrations.
Khloe was by far from the only star writing about the engagement, with a slew of stars tweeting their thoughts.
Bella Thorne misspelled the fellow actress’ name, tweeting just “Megan and harry” along with a huge line of emojis.
Comic Chelsea Handler wrapped the funny in kindness too, saying: “Can’t Prince Harry and his American girlfriend run our country? They seem nice.”
Ooops! Bella misspelt her fellow actress’ name
Prince Harry, who’s thirty-three, made his love public a year ago after he’d been seeing the thirty-six actress for six months in a secret relationship. It had to be hush-hush, because Royal protocols dictate that Harry needed permission from the Queen, his grandmother, to marry Meghan Markle.
Her Majesty and Prince Philips made a statement, saying that they are “delighted for the couple and wish them every happiness” as huge crowds of tourists and royal fans gathered in front of Buckingham Palace this morning.
Soon to be husband and wife: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle at their engagement photo shoot on Monday
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge also made a statement, saying: “We are very excited for Harry and Meghan. It has been wonderful getting to know Meghan and to see how happy she and Harry are together.”