The Bad Lip Reading crew have done a bloody great job on this royal wedding parody

Ahahaha! We just hope someone out there thinks this is what they were really saying to each other.

Okay, so if you're like us and you've watched (and re-watched) Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding 30,000,000 times already but you still find yourself zeroing-in on mouths to figure out what the heck all those royals are whispering to each other throughout the ceremony, the kind folks at Bad Lip Reading might actually have some unexpected insights for you.

In a clip shared online Tuesday (May 23, 2018), Bad Lip Reading creators have dubbed over important parts of Saturday's nuptials at St. George's Chapel to put an entertaining spin on the moments in the service audiences at home struggled to hear clearly.

Like, remember that touching moment when Harry was reportedly confessing how much he loved his bride, in truth he may have been asking to borrow a pen.

Also, that amazing musical rendition of Stand By Me from The Kingdom Choir—well, that mightn't have been the tune at all and trust us, once you watch this version of the performance, you won't be able to hear anything else.


But seriously, we would have been impressed with a golden unicycle as a gift.