Idris Elba married his longtime partner Sabrina Dhowre in a glamorous three-day event in Morocco over the weekend. Though the ceremony was well attended, there were two guests who were notably absent.

Despite the actor and the Canadian model attending Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding last May — Elba even DJ’d the reception — the royal couple couldn’t make the trip to Morocco since the duchess is expecting the arrival of their first child.

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So what type of wedding gift do you send a couple who likely has everything they need? How about a piece of artwork that retails for around $9,000?

The Mail On Sunday reported that Harry and Meghan picked out the painting from the Connor Brothers that has the caption: “Why fit in when you were born to stand out?”

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The Connor Brothers broke onto the art scene by introducing themselves as Franklyn and Brendan Connor, two American twins who were raised in an extremist Christian cult.

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This fact later turned out to be a hoax and the boys are actually British artists James Golding and Mike Snelle.

The royal duo certainly missed out on the event at the Ksar Char-Bagh hotel on Friday where Dhowre picked out two Vera Wang gowns for the occasion. Diana Ross is also reported to have flown in to serenade the couple.

Make-up artist Charlotte Tilbury, who both Kate Middleton and Meghan are a fan of, did the bride’s make-up while photos were taken by celebrity photographer Sean Thomas that were then shared by Vogue.

The night before, guests were invited to a “colours of souk” dinner at the five-star Amanjena resort. And on Saturday, celebrations wrapped up with an all-white party at the Mandarin Oriental.