Kate Middleton, Meghan Markle
Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle kissed and held hands in the fake photos edited by one royal fan. Pictured: Middleton, Markle pplaud ahead of the Ladies' Singles final match between Serena Williams of The United States and Angelique Kerber of Germany on day twelve of the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Championships at All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club on July 14, 2018 in London, England. Getty Images/Michael Steele

Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton are at the center of a viral royal wedding photo that was created by Twitter user spidertxm as a joke.

In the photoshopped snaps, Markle and Middleton are seen holding each other’s hand while wearing a wedding gown. The picture was edited from Markle’s recent nuptials at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle. The Twitter user edited Prince Harry out of the photo and replaced him with Middleton.

The second picture of Markle and Middleton show the duchesses kissing each other on the lips. The photo was once again taken from one of Prince Harry and Markle’s official wedding pictures.

Minutes after the photos were released, members of the LGBTQI+ community and other fans started reposting them on social media. Majority of the comments that spidertxm received were positive.

One fan wrote, “I like it, I ship it. Your photoshopping skills are from another level wow I stan so hard.”

“This cleared my skin. Thanks for this gay content,” another person gushed.

One Twitter user wrote, “Royal couple we deserve.”

Another fan added, “If this wedding happens, I’m gonna scream.”

However, there were also fans that were concerned about what the Twitter user did. Some of them said that she may be sued for editing the official wedding photos of Prince Harry and Markle.

Others called the edited snaps creepy especially since Markle and Middleton are sisters-in-law.

In related news, Markle and Middleton were last seen in public at the Wimbledon on Saturday. Blanca Cobb, a body language expert, said that the two duchesses’ relationship with each other has improved in recent months. But since the beginning, Markle has shown respect towards the Duchess of Cambridge. Middleton, on the other hand, has been welcoming of Markle since she joined the royal family.

“How you act behind closed doors could be different regardless of whether you’re royal. But from their body language, smiles, and eye contact, I think they have a respectful, friendly, and sisterly relationship with no micro-expressions of anger, disgust, or discontent. They’re on a solid foundation and seem to be getting more comfortable with each other,” Cobb said.