A biscuit tin
commemorating Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s first trip to Ascot is
being flogged in bargain stores for just £3.99.
The Duke, 36, and Duchess
of Sussex, 39, are currently living in their $14 million mansion in Montecito
having stepped back from royal duty in March.
The special edition pure
butter shortbread tin was originally on sale in upmarket stores like Harrods
and Selfridges for a whopping £16.
But according to The
Sun, a shopper in Halifax, West Yorkshire, discovered the treats TK Maxx
for a fraction of the price.
The shortbreads were produced
by the Scottish firm Walker’s.
Meanwhile, other royal fans are
now selling off their biscuit tins on eBay, with several current listings
showing the boxes on offer for just £9.99
The revelations come as the
Duke and Duchess prepare for their first Christmas living together in
California has taken a step back from royal duty.
The funny mixup is said to
have occurred on Tuesday when the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were out
looking for a tree for their mansion in Montecito.
salesman James Almaguer, who said he works at the tree lot, the
couple would have gone unnoticed, but a child walked up to Harry, looking for
‘Meghan and Prince Harry came
into my work today and we sold them their Christmas Tree,’ he tweeted. ‘It was
anticlimactic, but a very, very interesting experience.’