Since Prince Harry and Meghan Markle revealed their intentions to lead a less public life and divide their time between North America and the UK, the pair have been the subject of much online trolling.

First, they were targeted by South Wales Police who used their announcement to their advantage while promoting their latest recruitment campaign.

Then the couple, who say they will work to become "financially independent", were offered jobs by Burger King in hilarious posts on social media.

And now another big name company has decided to throw their hat into the ring - but this time in print.

A number of big name companies have been trolling the couple

Travel giants, Expedia, have launched a new advert in newspapers for holidays in Canada.

Their cheeky ad features a picturesque image of Moraine Lake in Banff National Park, Alberta, and reads: "Canada, escape the family".

A photo of it was shared on Twitter by Jim Pickard, who captioned the post: "I believe this is known as a 'burn'."

His tweet quickly went viral, garnering hundreds of likes and retweets, as many found it hilarious.

One person replied: "Brilliant!"

Another commented: "ahahah."

Someone else said: "Expedia gets 100% for humour."

"Smart. Relevant. Advertising has got it's swagger back," added a different user.

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Meghan and Harry 'step back' from royal life

The news about Harry and Meghan's 'quitting' came as a shock to those at Buckingham Palace.

However, the Queen gave her reluctant blessing earlier this week after a meeting at Sandringham with Prince Charles, William and Harry.

She said: "Today my family had very constructive discussions on the future of my grandson and his family.

“My family and I are entirely supportive of Harry and Meghan’s desire to create a new life as a young family. Although we would have preferred them to remain full-time working Members of the Royal Family, we respect and understand their wish to live a more independent life as a family while remaining a valued part of my family.

“Harry and Meghan have made clear that they do not want to be reliant on public funds in their new lives.

“It has therefore been agreed that there will be a period of transition in which the Sussexes will spend time in Canada and the UK.

“These are complex matters for my family to resolve, and there is some more work to be done, but I have asked for final decisions to be reached in the coming days.”