Prince Harry and Meghan Markle feature on a new coin commemorating the royal wedding.
Harry and the American star sat for the portraits used on the Royal Mint souvenir and are depicted 'looking lovingly into each other’s eyes'.
It is Meghan's first appearance on a UK coin by the Royal Mint - however reaction to the souvenir has caused much hilarity online.
'Following the announcement of their engagement, the Royal Mint was granted a private sitting with Prince Harry and Meghan at Kensington Palace,' the Royal Mint said.
'The setting of their meeting was relaxed and informal, which is reflected in the portrait of the couple.
'The pair can be seen looking lovingly into each other’s eyes and highlights the easy familiarity and connection between the royal duo.'
But some of those viewing the coin for the first time, couldn't help but poke some light-hearted fun at the depiction of the duo.
‘Royal Mint commemorate Royal Wedding with coin featuring Meghan Markle and, err, JFK,’ wrote one person on social media.
‘Hey Mint, sure you minted Harry? That looks more like John McEnroe,’ wrote another.
‘She looks like Julia Roberts there,’ wrote a Facebook commentator.
‘Those people don’t look at all like the bride and groom,’ wrote another simply.
‘Hair is not accurate,’ stated another eagle-eyed fan.
However, the coin has perfect credentials, having been designed by Jody Clark, who created the current effigy of the Queen in 2015, and the Royal Mint said it was an 'honour' to depict the pair.
'It has been an honour for the Royal Mint to work closely with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to create the authentic royal wedding coin celebrating this most British of celebrations,' Anne Jessopp, the Royal Mint’s chief executive, said.
The £5 coin, which can be purchased from www.royalmint.com, is available in brilliant uncirculated form costing £13, a silver proof for £82.50 and gold proof for £1,980.
It's not the first time Harry has been cast in metal. He featured on an Alderney coin by the Royal Mint in 2005 to mark his 21st birthday.