Prince Harry, Meghan Markle doppelgangers win international lookalike competition

In this handout image issued by and taken on Sunday May 13, 2018, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle lookalikes Rhys Whittock from Britain and Inmaculada Santisteban Serrano from Spain, pose for a photograph in London. (Joe Pepler/PinPep via AP)

Ahead of this weekend's royal wedding, London-based airline easyJet launched an international competition to find a couple who closely resembled Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

About 3,000 people across 12 European countries entered the contest and on Sunday, two winners were crowned — Rhys Whittock, of Britain, and Inmaculada Santisteban Serrano, of Spain.

In order to win the competition, Whittock and Serrano had to dazzle the judges — who, of course, were royal experts — with a wave, a wedding proposal and a bouquet throw.

According to Metro UK, the royal doppelgangers won a year's worth of unlimited free flights from easyJet.