King Charles reads Harry’s telling book Reserve in the Abbey? Social media pranksters doctor Coronation photos as hilarious memes flood the internet
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Social media users have given King Charles III‘s coronation got the meme treatment – with pranksters even editing photos to make it look like the monarch was digging into Prince Harry’s telling book Spare during the ceremony.
Now that King and Queen Camilla have been officially crowned, internet users rushed to highlight certain moments in the historic Westminster Abbey event.
People across the country were engaged in a battle for their wits, creating bizarre and hilarious memes featuring celebrity guests like Nick Cave, dogs dressed in royal regalia, and photos of Prince Louis.
Meme makers reimagined the moment when the king opened a book while on the throne – jokingly flipping through a copy of Prince Harry’s super autobiography Spare.
Twitter users even began to call the coronation ‘WezzyAbsDay’, referring to its celebration at Westminster Abbey, and the ‘Corry Nash’ – harking back to the Platinum Jubilee, which was dubbed ‘the Platty Jubes’.
They also laughed at how quintessentially British the coronation celebrations were, joked about tea, the king’s new title, and hung Union Jack-style flags around their homes.
Here MailOnline collects some of the internet’s favorite memes…
Meme makers reimagined the moment when the king opened a book while on the throne – jokingly flipping through a copy of Prince Harry’s bombshell autobiography, Spare
A Twitter page reminded users of MP Penny Mordaunt’s appearance on the TV show Splash! while fulfilling her role as Lord President of the Privy Council during the coronation
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A Twitter user compared the elaborate carriage the king and queen traveled in to the one in the Cinderella fairy tale
Singer Nick Cave (left) was pictured enjoying the coronation with a priest
Twitter users joked about King Charles’ facial expression while reading a note
One tweeter joked that the royal family looked like they just had a “fight in the car.”
Internet posters had fun with a picture of the king playing an electric guitar
Twitter user Buckers created a King Charles-themed collage to mark the coronation
Internet posters joked about the amount of time it took Charles to get the top job
A Redditor posted photos of a new Charles-themed breakfast cereal
Twitter users called on five-year-old Prince Louis to provide memeable content
An internet user posted a photo of their King Charles Spaniel having his own coronation
An internet user made a coronation-themed sandwich to mark the historic day
Shakespeare’s Globe celebrated the coronation by displaying its collection of crowns
Twitter users joked about Penny Mordaunt’s job during the coronation ceremony
One tweeter joked that they wouldn’t want to face Penny Mordaunt in an arm wrestle
Coronation guards laughed that two extra Cammillas had been brought
Another Twitter user joked about the day’s TV coverage with a photo of Alan Partridge
A Twitter user posted a photo showing the Queen passing her crown to King Charles
Twitter users also joked about the Union Jack garlands being hung across the country
Internet posters showed pictures of knitted letterbox tops used to mark the coronation
A letterbox stopper showed Camilla sitting on a throne with King Charles III
Prince Charles Cinema in Leicester Square joked it wouldn’t change its name
Internet users posted pictures of themselves starting parties at home
An Italian tweeter joined in as they waited for more Prince Louis memes
A Twitter poster joked that King Charles’s coronation would end up with a pawnbroker
Football fans rallied with photos of sports heroes wearing crowns
Twitter users enjoyed the royal regalia on display at King Charles’ coronation
An internet user mocked a picture of a King Charles themed mug
Another Twitter poster compared the horses that pulled King Charles carriages to a cybergoth
Another Twitter user joked that they would make the most of the day off by sleeping
An internet user created his own interpretation of the scene with dogs instead of humans
Internet users laughed at the festivities as they called for more flags