Long before she was carrying out royal duties, Meghan Markle was carrying out briefcases on the get-rich-quick game show Deal or No Deal.
Now, Markle’s personal briefcase, number 24, is going up for auction, giving fans a chance to own a piece of pre-royal history – and the price tag might be lower than some would expect!
According to officials at the Profile’s in History auction house, the famed briefcase could top out at around six thousand dollars – much “less than it's worth!”
See the case up for grabs in this RadarOnline.com gallery. Then, you can ask yourself – Deal, or No Deal?
The original game show prop from the NBC hit program is lot number 783 of Hollywood: A Collector’s Ransom Auction.
It’s expected to sell for between $4-6,000 next month at Profile’s in History in Calabasas, Los Angeles.
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A pre-Duchess Meghan, then a struggling actress, stood next to the case during season 2 of the game show, back in 2016.
Props To The Prop
Made of lightweight aluminum, the prop features chrome handles and a latch lock with the black acrylic and metal number “24” on the front casing.
A raised block shows the value of $5,000 inside the case, which would have been won by a contestant on the show, set into a foam-fitted red cushioned lining.
For more on the upcoming auction, visit: https://profilesinhistory.com