Meghan and Harry humiliated as wedding figurines slashed in price after failing to sell
Royal Doulton was selling the limited edition figurines commemorating the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s wedding for £199. But the ceramics maker is now trying to offload them for a reduced price of £146.25.
The company made 1,000 of the bone china figurines to mark Meghan and Harry’s nuptials in May 2018.
The description on the website says: “The limited-edition royal wedding figure of Prince Harry and Ms Meghan Markle commemorates this historic marriage in May 2018.
“Modelled by renowned figure sculptor, Neil Welch, the piece celebrates a captivating moment as the happy couple leave Windsor Chapel holding hands.
“Prince Harry’s striking Blues and Royals dress uniform reveals intricate raised details, highlighting the buckles and sash of his tunic, with embossed patterns, medals and insignia.
“Meghan’s iconic gown, the folds of her train and stunning embroidered veil, with raised details, cascade around the base of the figures.
“Her diamond ring, bracelet and beautiful Queen Mary tiara are delicately hand-painted using platinum, with her bouquet featuring exquisite, hand-made white roses.”
It comes after tins of Walkers shortbread celebrating Meghan and Harry’s trip to Royal Ascot in 2019 were found on sale for just £3.99 in TK Maxx in December.
The Sussexes tied the knot in May 2018 at St George’s Chapel before taking an open-top carriage through Windsor.