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Harry and Meghan trademark Suffolk Royal goods

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Harry and Meghan planning Suffolk Royal goodies (Photo: Northern Ireland Office CC 2.0)

Prince Harry has now seized upon the Suffolk Royal title and trademarked a collection of items that one day he and Meghan hope to sell.

After the controversy over their launch of the Sussex Royal website and plans to trademark all sorts of paraphernalia, Harry and Meghan will no doubt raise more eyebrows with this move.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have close links to Suffolk after The Queen gifted Framlingham Castle to them as a posh wedding present.

Documents lodged with the Trademarks Office UK now show they plan to use the Suffolk crown logo and trademark items including:

  • Tractors
  • Lawnmowers
  • Sheds
  • Fence posts
  • Compost bins

And perhaps with a nod to poor people, they have added other items that will not be so expensive to buy, including:

  • Clothes pegs
  • Potato sacks
  • Bin bags
  • Dibbers

Royal watcher Lorraine Fisher, 34, said: “If you thought their actions over Sussex Royal were bad, wait until you see what they’re doing with Suffolk Royal.

“The people, especially those in Suffolk, will be furious that there could be the commercialisation of key local products like sheds and tractors.”

A royal insider close to the couple said: “Look, Harry and Meghan need to stand on their own two feet and make some money.

“Surely no-one can begrudge them cashing in on a few Royal clothes pegs?”

One wag said: “Perhaps the couple will where the pegs on their noses if ever they come to visit?”

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