SodaStream Releases Royal Wedding–Themed Bottles Topped With Royal Hats

As seen on Meghan Markle, Kate Middleton, and the queen herself

Updated 05/14/18

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Royal wedding mania is officially out of control. Just last week, news broke of people madly buying swimsuits printed with the giant faces of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. Now, hype for the upcoming May 19 nuptials has apparently reached the libations industry. On Tuesday, SodaStream will be auctioning off a set of bottles wearing hats worn by the women of the royal family—just in time for your royal wedding viewing party.

The hats in question are tiny replicas of five iconic pieces of Windsor and Windsor-adjacent headgear. There's Meghan Markle's dessert-esque brown hat, which she wore to her first Christmas with the royal family. Then there's Kate Middleton's bright-red flower hat, which she wore to the Thames River Pageant in a matching Alexander McQueen dress for the queen's Diamond Jubilee. Naturally, no royal hat collection would be complete without the polarizing fascinators worn by Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie to the last royal wedding.

And, last but certainly not least, there's the turquoise Easter hat from 2017 worn by the queen of Easter hats, Queen Elizabeth II.

Courtesy of Sodastream
Courtesy of Sodastream
Courtesy of Sodastream
Courtesy of Sodastream
Courtesy of Sodastream

According to a press release, the kooky bottles will be auctioned off starting Tuesday on the SodaStream website, with all proceeds going to "Surfers Against Sewage," the anti-plastic pollution charity that focuses on oceans and wildlife, which was chosen by the royal couple. With only 50 bottles up for bidding, they're bound to go fast, but all is not lost if you haven't settled on beverages for your royal wedding livestream. Harney & Son's is selling its Royal Wedding Tea (white tea with pink rosebuds), while Trader Joe's has released two sodas, one of which is the same flavor as the lemon elderflower wedding cake.

If you're in Washington, D.C., you could also head over to a royal wedding–themed pop-up bar that's serving "Markle Sparkle" and "When Harry Met Meghan" cocktails, and if not, there's always Brides's royal wedding–inspired cocktail recipes to try. Bottoms up!

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