A Piece of British History: An Original "Gift Bag" Meghan & Harry's Royal Wedding


It was THE royal event of the year: the wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Harry and Meghan. As a special gesture, the bridal couple invited about 2,000 guests to experience the ceremony on the territory of Windsor Castle, and they offered a gift bag with refreshments and souvenirs of the wedding day. The expert Michael Begasse got one of those bags and is now auctioning it off for RTL - We help Children. A unique chance on a real piece of British history!

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You're bidding on a piece of history: one of the original gift bags from Meghan and Harry's royal wedding.

  • Bag printed with the initials "H" and "M", the wedding date and the place "St. Georges Chapel, Windsor Castle"
  • Letter of welcom from Meghan and Harry
  • A bottle of Windsor water
  • A big chocolate coin
  • Shortbread
  • 20% coupon for the castle shop
  • Additionally donated by Michael Begasse: a cup and a magnet of Harry and Meghan

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The entire proceeds of the auction "A Piece of British History: An Original "Gift Bag" Meghan & Harry's Royal Wedding", without any deducted costs, will go straight to RTL - We help Children.

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