His antics continue! Leave it to the Canadian actor to keep us laughing even when poking jabs at other famous faces. Ryan Reynolds recently trolled the Royal Family when he jokingly placed an order for their new Buckingham Palace Gin.

The Vancouver-born star shared a snapshot of his fake receipt for an order he placed for the new product.

Of course, the joke is that Reynolds owns Aviation American Gin, so the Royal Family's gin competes with his company.

In the photo, the 43-year-old showed the fake email that was sent to him from The Royal Collection Shop and added the caption, "Pre-ordered."

His billing address is listed as "1 Upmanship Much Dr, Notcoolington, WTF FML."

However, the shipping address is sent to "Sir Paul McCartney, 221B Baker Street, Downton Abbey Rd, 1D4 LYF". When you Google that location, it actually comes up as The Sherlock Holmes Museum in London, England. 

Perhaps the best part is that the payment method is listed as "Loonie." That probably sparks a hilarious image for Canadians who know just how many coins it would take to pay for a bottle of alcohol. 

Meanwhile, in the shipping method, Reynolds claims the precious gin would be delivered by "Royal Space Force."

According to the official website, featured flavours in the spirit include "lemon, verbena, hawthorn berries and mulberry leaves" that were hand-picked from the Buckingham Palace Gardens. 

However, it's only available to ship to homes in the U.K., so the Deadpool star wouldn't actually be able to order it.

ET Canada writes that proceeds earned from the Buckingham Palace Gin will be generously donated to the Royal Trust Collection. The charity is "dedicated to conserving artworks owned by the Royal Family."

Reynolds' newest internet trolling is only a taste of the hilarity that he's capable of coming up with.

His ongoing flame war with fellow actor Hugh Jackman has been around for over a decade, and the two poke fun at each other on social media whenever they can.

Reynolds is also notorious for trolling his wife Blake Lively and even recently joked about his three daughters, which he called his "Hollywood family."

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