Harry and Meghan doppelgängers appear in a Christmas jewelry advertisement

Harry and Meghan doppelgängers appear in a Christmas jewelry advertisement

Viewers were perplexed after mistaking Harry and Meghan for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex in a new Christmas commercial for Kay Jewelers.

A new commercial for Kay Jewelers features a couple (pictured) that bear a striking resemblance to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex Harry and Meghan

Many have noted that a new Christmas commercial for Kay’s $299 ‘Love Entwined’ necklace portrays a pair with strong similarities to the royal family.

In the television advertisement, the couple is seen kissing and cuddling while the Harry-lookalike places the necklace around his partner and the narrator promotes the jewelry.

The narrator states, “An interlocking design embracing a trademark diamond represents your hearts, souls, and lives forever entwined by love.”

Although it is evident upon closer investigation that the actors are not royalty, the camera angles, fades, and dim lighting have led many to question the authenticity of the advertisement.Pictured: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on their wedding day

One Twitter user with the name Molly J. mirrored the bewilderment on social media, writing, ‘Is it just me, or did Kay Jewelers purposely cast a commercial so that you would briefly believe that Harry and Meghan were in a jewelry ad?’

A new commercial for Kay Jewelers portrays a couple that resemble Prince Harry and Meghan Markle strikingly.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on their wedding day are pictured.

Many allege that the ad’s numerous shifting camera angles, fading effects, and low-lighting methods that keep the performers out of focus are supposed to convince viewers that Harry and Meghan are in fact promoting Kayak.

Many on social media were quick to share recordings of the ad, which has been airing since the end of November, due to confusion regarding the couple’s identity.

Miss Lady, a Twitter user, posed a question shared by many: “Is that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in that Kay jewelers commercial, or am I imagining things?” Lol.’

Another Twitter user, Melissa Carter, suggested that the doppelgangers were chosen on purpose.

She wrote, “You can’t tell me that @KeyJewelers didn’t do this on purpose.”

Another Twitter user with the handle Victoria echoed claims that the corporation employed lookalikes to masquerade as royals.

Victoria stated, “I recently saw a commercial for kay jewels in which the actors were chosen especially to invoke harry and meghan vibes, like the guy was a ginger with a beard and the girl had meghan’s skin tone and long dark hair.” I’m desperate to learn how the brainstorming session went.

Kay Jewelers and Signet Jewelers did not immediately react to a request for comment from DailyMail.com.

Many pointed out the doppelgangers in the commercial on social media.

While the doppelgangers appeared to deceive many, those with good vision would have spotted that Meghan’s ring did not match the $170,000 engagement ring that Harry presented to his bride.

The genuine gold band is embellished with a diamond from Botswana and two lesser diamonds from Princess Diana’s collection.

Harry earlier told reporters that the engagement ring was made of yellow gold because it is Meghan’s preferred metal.

In addition to the engagement ring, Meghan also wears a yellow gold wedding band that matches Prince Harry’s.

The proprietor of the ethical jeweler business bearing his name, Arabel Lebrusan, stated that the ring had been modified to make the main diamond ‘appear bigger,’ a fashionable trend for emphasizing the center stone.

Many went on social media to point out the doppelgangers in the commercial

Sharp eyes would have detected the variations between the actor’s ring (left) and Meghan Markle’s authentic $170,000 engagement ring (right).

The debate surrounding the Kay Jewelers advertisement comes as all eyes remain on the Duke and Duchess of Sussex and their controversial Netflix documentary.

Recently, the pair has made headlines after saying that they had organized Christmas gifts for over thirty reunified and refugee families along the U.S.-Mexico border.The doppelganger's ring

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who have stepped down from royal duties and are presently residing at their $14 million California property, published the news on their Archewell Foundation website.

Alongside a picture of a pile of gifts, a caption read: ‘On Friday, the Archewell team, including The Archewell Foundation, Archewell Audio, and Archewell Productions, gathered to celebrate the holidays and participate in This Is About Humanity’s annual Holiday Party for Reunified Families, represented by Immigrant Defenders Law Center.Prince Harry and Meghan Markle 'organized gifts for more than 30 different reunified and refugee families' at the US and Mexico border this weekend

‘Under the direction of The Archewell Foundation, the business arranged holiday gifts for over thirty reunified and refugee families.

This Is About Humanity establishes a network of supporters and advocates committed to raising awareness about separated and reunited families and children at the U.S.-Mexico border.

This weekend, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle “arranged gifts for over 30 reunified and refugee families” at the US-Mexico border.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who have stepped back from royal duties and are presently residing at their $14 million California mansion, announced the news on their Archewell Foundation website alongside a photograph of boxes of gifts.Meghan's real engagement ring

The announcement was made hours after a new trailer for the couple’s Netflix show, which highlights inspirational leaders, was unveiled.

The couple, who appeared in the final three episodes of their explosive docuseries ‘Meghan & Harry’ last week, will examine figures ‘who have made courageous choices,’ such as Jacinda Ardern, the Prime Minister of New Zealand, late US Supreme Court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Greta Thunberg, and former South African president Nelson Mandela.

Bryan Stevenson, a 63-year-old US social justice campaigner and law professor, Albie Sachs, an 87-year-old former South African judge, rugby star Siya Kolisi, 31, and journalist Gloria Steinem, 88, will also be featured.

The video shows an interview with Ginsburg, who passed away in September 2020 after getting cancer treatment for several months.

 

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