Harry and Meghan's explosive book Finding Freedom is now being sold for 99p just five months after it was published

PRINCE Harry and Meghan Markle’s explosive book Finding Freedom is now being sold for 99p, just five months after it was published.

The biography was initially priced at £20 when it was released in August.

But punters are able to buy the ‘unauthorised’ memoir on online book shop Hive and get change out of £1.

The book by Royal reporters Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand is also failing to attract bidders on auction site eBay.

Proving that interest in Harry, 36, and Meghan, 39, is waning, one seller is offering it for £2.50 but it has yet to receive offers while another has it at £1.98 to buy it now with free postage. And a cheeky eBayer has put it in the fiction category.

Meghan’s lawyers have fiercely denied she and her husband collaborated with the authors of Finding Freedom, as has Omid.

But in a court hearing in October it emerged they had been sent a copy before it was published and in September they lost a battle to block claims they co-operated.





Meanwhile, Meghan’s sister Samantha Markle is also having a similar issue with her upcoming book on the American actress, The Diary Of Princess Pushy’s Sister Part One.

The tell-all memoir is out later this month and a synopsis of it says it will reveal “hidden truths” about Meghan.

But on the website for the biggest bookseller in the US, Barnes and Noble, it is at a dismal No81 in the sales chart, based on pre-orders.

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