Ivanka Trump
Ivanka Trump, pictured during President Donald Trump's conference n the administration's efforts to decrease federal regulations on Dec. 14, 2017 in Washington D.C., has been mocked on Twitter for wishing Prince Harry and Meghan Markle well ahead of their nuptials. Win McNameee/Getty Images

Ivanka Trump took to Twitter today to wish Prince Harry and Meghan Markle a happy marriage following the official announcement the royal couple would marry on May 19, 2018. However, the First Daughter quickly learned that her remarks weren't really welcomed by many.

Trump took to Twitter Friday morning to send some well-wishes to the couple, saying she felt they would accomplish great things together in their future. While neither Prince Harry nor Markle have yet responded to the tweets, several others did—and it appears her comments were not well-received.

"Wishing Meghan and Prince Harry a lifetime of love, laughter and happiness together. I have no doubt that this couple will do extraordinary things, both individually and collectively. Congratulations!" She wrote.

However, many quickly responded with the assumption that the fashion designer and unofficial member of the White House staff was trying to find a way to get an invite to the wedding—something that many believed wasn't in the cards for her.

Others used her comments to "remind" Ivanka that the Royal Family has already stated they wouldn't be invited to the wedding as well.

More used the announcement to attack Trump on her continued support of her father, as well as the ongoing investigation into her husband, Jared Kushner, and ties he may have had to Russia during the election.

This isn't the first time the First Daughter has been mercilessly mocked on Twitter since her father first took office earlier this year. She was previously taunted earlier in the week for saying "Happy Holidays" instead of "Merry Christmas."

Other instances where her social media posts haven't gone over well included her decision to share a photo of a Thanksgiving centerpiece, her claims she went through a "punk phase," and a grammar mistake when sharing a photo of her nephew.

Most notably, she was slammed when she called for an end to sexual harassment against women in the workplace. That particular comment drew ire from the Twitterverse because of the allegations made against her father during his campaign for the Presidency in 2016.

At the time, many told her to simply share her comments with her father.