Meghan Markle and Harry figurines cut in price after failing to sell to Brits

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Limited edition Meghan Markle and Prince Harry wedding figurines have been slashed in price after a world famous ceramics maker failed to shift them.

Royal Doulton put the Duke and Duchess of Sussex-style figures up for a whopping £195.

It made 1,000 of the carefully handcrafted limited edition design to mark the couple's marriage in 2018 but has been forced to cut the price after they failed to sign.

The famous ceramics company is now selling the toppers for a cool £146, £49 less that their original asking price, The Scottish Sun reports.

Describing the niche product on its website, the company said renowned figure sculptor, Neil Welch, made the design to "celebrate" Prince Harry and Meghan's "special" moment.

The company went on to add that Harry's "striking Blues and Royals dress uniform" is detailed with medals and his insignia.

Meghan's gown also shows the "fold of her train and stunning embroidered veil" and details cascading around the base.

It said: "Modelled by renowned figure sculptor, Neil Welch, the piece celebrates a captivating moment as the happy couple leave Windsor Chapel holding hands.

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"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."

Queen Mary's exquisite tiara is also "delicately hand-painted using platinum," with Meghan's bouquet featuring hand-made white roses."

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“Her diamond ring, bracelet and beautiful Queen Mary tiara are delicately hand-painted using platinum, with her bouquet featuring exquisite, hand-made white roses," Royal Doulton said of the piece.

Figurines of Prince William and Kate Middleton on their wedding day are still being sold on the company's website.

The mini ceramics are being sold for up to £225 online — more than £50 higher than their original price..

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