Prince Harry and Meghan Markle wedding figurines slashed in price after failing to sell

ROYAL Doulton is offloading a Harry and Meghan wedding figurine at a knock-down price.

The world famous ceramics maker was charging £195 for the limited edition design.

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It made 1,000 of the figurines to mark the couple’s marriage in 2018 but they failed to sell and are now priced at £146.

The company website says “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.”

Harry and Meghan’s wedding tea and shortbread biscuits were recently downgraded from the shelves of upmarket London store Harrods to TK Maxx.

Commemorative tins of £8 teabags were going for half-price in the budget store and £16 boxes of shortbread were being offloaded for £3.99.

Meanwhile, Royal Doulton figurines of Prince William and Kate on their wedding day are being sold for up to £225 online — more than £50 higher than their original price.

The limited edition models are no longer available on the company’s official website.

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