Prince Harry and Meghan Markle declared that they will be splitting from the family and will be living separately as they are the ‘senior members of the royal family’ and will be ‘financially independent’, after this declaration some brands gave a humorous farewell twist on social media, sometimes with unfortunate results. The latest to do so is American fast-food chain Burger King, had offered the Duke of Sussex a “part-time” job.
It was mentioned by the Burger King Chain that If Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are looking for a job; they have a new crown for them.
Some of the tweets are as follows:
Burger king chain said that they have a proposal for them if looking for any job as thousands of people do then they can work with them and will be considered on priority.
It was further said in the advertisement that after so many years of living as dukes, it was the time for them to start eating like kings.
On Tuesday (15.01.2020), the chain named the prince Harry and offered him a part-time position.
It was said by the fast-food chains in their first tweet on January 8, that he is most welcome to work as a job in their kingdom, the same day when the royal couple made their announcement.
It was said by the Spanish version of the advertisement in Argentina that Dear Duke, he (Harry) can look for his first job without giving up the crown.
The latest tweet got a lot of attention online and quickly went viral. While some praised the tweet, some claimed it “won” the internet. There were also some brands who jumped in and critics, who said that the advertisement was in poor taste.
Earlier, the couple’s waxwork statues at the Madame Tussauds in London were removed from a display that featured other members of the royal family to offend.
Queen Elizabeth II recently broke her silence on the issue and said that the family is “entirely supportive” of the decision taken by the two royals.
She said her family and she herself are entirely supportive of Harry and Meghan’s desire to create a new life as a young family. She added in the statement that the Royal Family “would have preferred them to remain full-time working Members, but they respect the couple’s decision and understand their wish to live a more independent life”.