Twitter Analyzed Meghan Markle's Wedding Photo Smile And It's Hilarious





An image from the royal wedding is getting the Mona Lisa treatment.

As newlyweds Prince Harry and Meghan Markle ― the Duke and Duchess of Sussex as they are now known ― departed their ceremony at St. Georges Chapel at Windsor Castle on Saturday in a carriage, photographer Gareth Fuller snapped a photo of the bride that captured Twitter's imagination.

In the photo, the former "Suits" star looks straight into the camera with a smile that could be interpreted a thousand different ways - and Twitter was up for the job.

Here are the crown jewels of this very funny meme:

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