Cut-PRINCE deal! Harry and Meghan merchandise is sold in knockdown deal in Windsor after couple choose to leave royal family for Canada
- The area close to Windsor Castle is usually full of tourists and day trippers
- Shops in the area are always busy with people try to purchase tokens of the visit
- Items featuring Prince Harry and Meghan Markle had been cut in price
- Comes after couple announced they would be stepping back from their duties
Novelty royal merchandise featuring Prince Harry and Meghan Markle is still on sale around Windsor, but retailers have dropped prices on items featuring the Sussex’s after their announcement that they will be taking a step back from royal duties.
The area around Windsor Castle is extremely popular for tourists and gift shops adjacent to the castle are often packed with people trying to take home their own little piece of royalty from their visit.
But one store seemed to have fully gotten on board with the couple’s decision to leave the UK to spend more time in Canada and was offering cut price memorabilia at their outlet.
Items that were reduced in price included tins of tea bags which had a photo of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex stood outside Kensington Palace, after their engagement announcement.
Items that features Prince Harry and Meghan are seen on the middle shelf among generic London items such as the red telephone box
Merchandise featuring Duke and Duchess of Sussex on sale in Windsor after the couple recently announced they will be taking a step back from their Royal roles and are planning on splitting their time between the United Kingdom and Canada
Tea tins that were on sale included ones with pictures of Meghan and Harry during their wedding day (left) as well as the Queen waving (right)
The tins had been put on offer at a special price of two tins for £8 or £4.99 each.
Others tins which included a special Royal Wedding caddie, which had a picture of Meghan and Harry kissing on the front, were also on sale, along with tins of the Queen waving.
These more deluxe tins had been marked with special price stickers of two for £15 or £7.99 each.
In one store, the Royal items had been placed in the middle of a shelf of other generic London items which featured iconic tokens such as the red telephone box and a London bus.
Magnets at one store in Windsor were still on sale which included Prince Harry and Meghan on their wedding day
In many cases, items that included Prince Harry and his wife Meghan (left) were placed next to items featuring the Queen (right)
Joke party masks were also on sale at the store, helping royal fans become their favoruite member of the family
In the fiscal year of 2018/19, Windsor Castle and Frogmore Cottage were the most popular of all Royal Estate collections and received over 1.65 million visitors.
This was followed by admissions to Buckingham Palace during its summer opening.
In total over three million people paid admissions fees to the royal estates over that time period.
This afternoon Prince Harry broke cover for the first time since the Sandringham summit, as he took to social media to announce the Invictus Games.