Meghan Markle-edited Vogue September issue sold out in shops, fans hawk it online at fourteen times the cover price
While the magazine is available for as low as £2 ($2.43) in shops, some royal fans are trying to cash in on the hype surrounding the issue by listing it at almost ten times the price on eBay.
Meghan Markle's guest-edited issue of British Vogue is already making huge waves online, with her fans desperately trying to get their hands on a copy of the magazine.
The 38-year-old Duchess of Sussex came in as the guest editor for the September issue of the widely popular magazine, titled "Forces for Change".
While the magazine is available for as low as £2 ($2.43) in shops, some royal fans are trying to cash in on the hype surrounding the issue by listing it at almost ten times the price on eBay, Daily Mail reports.
Just days after its release on Friday, the special edition is being sold for up to £28 ($34) online.
Meanwhile, the demand for the issue is high as many royal fans across the globe are desperate to get their hands on the UK Vogue. At the same time, British readers said copies were sold out in shops.
One of the advertisements listed the magazine for a whopping £28.99 ($35.25), almost fourteen times the store price/
Another ad, posted days after the magazine was first released in the UK, claimed they made over £389 ($473) after selling 63 magazines for £16.95 ($20.57) each.
After immense research, Meghan hand-picked 15 influential women to feature on the front cover of the 'forces for change' edition.
The cover is graced by the likes of teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg and New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern. A conversation between Meghan and former first lady of the United States, Michelle Obama is also a part of the issue.
The cover has been divided into 16 slots which feature the pictures of the women. One of the slots on the cover is a mirror intended to encourage the reader to use their own platform for change.
Meghan herself wrote in the issue, "Through this lens, I hope you'll feel the strength of the collective in the diverse selection of women chosen for the cover as well as the team of support I called upon within the issue to help bring this to light. I hope readers feel as inspired as I do, by the forces for change they'll find within these pages."