The fried chicken chain has released a commemorative Royal Wedding Bucket for both the royal obsessed and the royally hungry.
But unlike other brands that have tried jumping on the royal wedding bandwagon (like screen-printing site Bags of Love and its royal swimsuits), KFC at least has a somewhat connection to the royal couple’s pending nuptials.
Last year, when Prince Harry proposed to Meghan Markle, the two were said to be sharing a roast chicken – a fact the fast food restaurant jumped on.
"When we discovered Prince Harry proposed over a roast chicken, we simply had to show our support for the big occasion," a KFC spokesperson commented in a statement emailed to Mashable.
KFC has created the celebratory bucket with a “lavish and regal” design, complete with a “bespoke crest” and “modern KFC twist,” Mashable reported.
"Featuring resplendent gold flourishes, the bucket is embellished with a classic regal crest, proudly adorned with both British and American flags," according to KFC, the outlet wrote.
Fifty of the limited-edition containers will reportedly be available the day of the royal wedding, May 19, exclusively at KFC’s Windsor branch on Dedworth road.