Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton immortalized in new emoji series featuring iconic moments from lives of royals
While the Cambridges and Sussexes are known to frequently use emoticons in their posts, a new tech firm has now released a series of emoji characters dedicated to the royals
For those who cannot resist engaging in long text debates with your friends about Meghan and Kate's wardrobes, this might be the best gift you receive this year.
While the Cambridges and Sussexes are known to frequently use emoticons while sharing posts online, a new tech firm has now released a series of emoji characters dedicated to the royal duchesses, Daily Mail reports.
Using real photographs of Meghan, 38, and Kate, 37, Drkhors has created unique illustrated versions of them that you can now pepper your texts with.
You can access these mini-icons by downloading apps Katemoji and Meghanmoji, both of which are available to buy on the App Store as well as on Google Play in over 155 countries.
Both apps include more than 100 emoji stickers and animations, as well as phrase emojis in hand lettering developed by artist Cathy Yu.
In Katemoji, one can find a series of stickers with the Duchess sporting one of her signature casual looks—a blue and white striped jumper with her locks flowing over her shoulders.
Kate is seen in another emoji holding a camera to take a selfie, as well as a more imaginative rendition of her wearing a face-mask.
Furthermore, the app also highlights her role as a mother to Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis—all of whom are immortalized into emoticons.
One of them shows Prince George in his dressing-gown, reminiscent of the time he met with former US President Barack Obama before going to bed. Another emoji has Princess Charlotte pushing her tongue out like she recently did at the end of a charity sailing regatta.
The stickers and animations recall some of Kate and William's most iconic moments, like their wedding day kiss in 2011.
Meanwhile, Meghanmoji is similarly packed with several stickers of her and Prince Harry.
In one of the animations, the duke is seen kissing Meghan's hand, and there's another sticker of their first kiss after marriage.
In yet another emoticon, the couple is seen cozying up under an umbrella. And in other emojis, the Sussexes are seen practicing yoga and Meghan holding up a glass of red wine.
According to a representative for Drkhors, the Kate emojis drew inspiration from the "iconic and everyday moments we adore from Kate and her family", while Meghanmoji is designed to "celebrate Meghan [and] Harry's love story plus their growing family."