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Royal Wedding Gift Bag Appears On Ebay For Almost £500 Just Hours After Ceremony

Cheeky Royal Wedding guests started flogging their goody bags on eBay for almost £500 just hours after Prince Harry and Meghan Markle tied the knot.

Around 1,200 non-VIP guests received a goody bag as a token of the special occasion after being invited to spend the day outside St George's Chapel in the grounds of Windsor Castle.

The lucky few were nominated to attend by nine regional Lord Lieutenant offices and chosen for demonstrating strong leadership in their communities.

Although, some were hoping to make a quick profit from their goody bags and uploaded pictures of their untouched chocolates and unopened water bottles on eBay.

One advert offering a 'Royal Wedding Official Gift/Goody Bag Windsor Guests 2018" was being sold for an incredible £411.

Another read 'My Official Royal Wedding gift bag for guests at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's Wedding' - and was asking for a shocking £420.

Another was asking for £460 in return for a few biscuits, a bottle of water and a gift voucher.

The cream coloured bags were adorned with the initials of Harry and Meghan, written in blue, with matching blue handles.

Inside the bags, goodies included a golden chocolate coin with Meghan and Harry’s initials embossed on it.

Being a British wedding, those that received a bag also found shortbread inside - along with a voucher providing shoppers a 20 per cent discount at the Middle Ward gift shop in Windsor Castle.

The bags also included a bottle of water - helping revellers remain hydrated during the course of the morning ahead of the midday wedding.

One of those lucky enough to receive a bag was 49-year-old Tracey Doughty - a volunteer for St John Ambulance in Lincoln.

"I feel very honoured and privileged to be sharing such a special day and representing St John Ambulance,” she told The Sun.

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