See Prince Harry and Meghan Markle charm crowds during visit to Wales

Some have compared the dolls as being more akin to Lord Farquaad and Princess Fiona from Shrek rather than Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

One of these lucky recipients included Moortown, U.K. resident Edna Levi, who said she was so "thrilled" with the engagement news that she personally wrote the couple a note of congratulations.

The outing marked the couple's first joint official outing to Wales, but there's a good chance they won't take the wedding cake home as a souvenir.

While the kids clung to the next royal bride, Prince Harry ushered them off and proudly said: "She's mine".

The couple ran into a glitch on their train ride from London to Cardiff, after their train was delayed, causing them to be nearly an hour late to their visit.

The couple will tie the knot at Windsor Castle on 19 May.

Harry and Meghan, who wore a coat by Stella McCartney and pants by Welsh brand Hiut Denim, responded to the enthusiasm of the crowds by posing for pictures, patiently chatting to young children and accepting gifts.

38-year-old Chris Jackson is well acquainted with the royal family; not only has he been photographing them for over 14 years, but his wife Natasha is the Duchess of Cambridge's stylist.

There is sure to be some details about Meghan's background, her family, her first marriage, and her life as a divorced American actress.

You may see a photo of the royal couple dolls as they are now being sold on eBay below.

The couple have attracted huge attention since announcing they were getting married, and as with their previous appearances, hundreds of people greeted them in Cardiff, waving Welsh flags emblazoned with red dragons.

A train made Meghan and Harry late, but the crowds in Cardiff didn't care. It aims to make sport accessible to all young people regardless of background.

Visiting the city of Cardiff, the capital of Wales, the pair looked sleek in coordinating monochromatic looks, with Markle dressed in head-to-toe black and the prince in shades of blue.

They also travelled to the Starhub community centre, where they got a first-hand look at how sport was positively influencing the youth of Wales.

  • Salvatore Jensen