Royal fans flocking to buy 'William kicking Harry's head in' souvenir plates

ROYALISTS are snapping up souvenir plates of Prince William’s violent altercation with Prince Harry.

The plates, made by Sleaford Mint, depict the intimate scene of Harry landing on a dog bowl in the kitchen of Nottingham Cottage as William hurls him across the room in a psychotic rage.

Grandma Joanna Kramer said: “It’s a heartwarming, magical image I shall treasure for the rest of my life. It’s got pride of place on my sideboard.

“Wills and Harry are two of my favourite young royals, so it’s lovely to see their festering feud descend into actual physical violence. I just wish cheeky Prince George could have been there getting a few kicks in while Harry is on the floor.

“I’ve put it next to my vast collection of Charles and Diana wedding tat, all of which also have a really grim subtext if you think about it.”

The plate will be followed by commemorative mugs, Union Jacks with an image of William twatting Harry, and figurines for some mental price like £249.95. However collectors have been warned to avoid cheap Chinese knock-offs where Harry looks like Ed Sheeran.

Fellow royal fan Mary Fisher said: “Obviously I’d like to see Kate giving Meghan a good hiding, or vice versa. Is it too much to ask that they meet up in person and resolve their differences with violence?”

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