Meghan Markle’s favourite homeware brand Soho Home has a half price sale

Get the Duchess of Sussex's interior style for less.

One of Meghan Markle’s favourite homeware brands, Soho Home, is offering up to 50 per cent off selected items.

The Duchess of Sussex has loved the luxury interior brand for many years, so much so, that she even hired the private member’s club interior designer to furnish Frogmore Cottage before she moved in — back in 2019.

Photos shared by her makeup artist friend Daniel Martin revealed that the duchess has a teapot and teacups from the Country House kitchenware collection. He posted a photo of his avocado on toast next to the Soho Home teapot, whilst attending brunch at Frogmore with the royal, last year.

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The crockery in question is currently on sale at Brand Alley — an online retailer which offers different designer discounts. Currently, some of the pieces in the Country House collection — which match those in Daniel’s Instagram post are on sale. So royal and homeware lovers alike can get their hands on the range.

A set of four mugs has been reduced from £40 to £20 and a pack of six espresso cups and saucers are currently £36, down from £72.

The Soho Home website is also offering half price savings across a number of its products, including furniture, tableware, accessories and textiles. Standout furniture discounts include a Chesterfield loveseat, which is down from £2,795 to £835, as well as a Ercol stacking chair which is reduced to £250, from £410.

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Some of the best diningware discounts include the orange cappuccino cup and saucer, which is now just £3 (down from £10), as well as the Whichford butter dish which is now priced at £20, reduced from £38. A selection of textiles are also on offer, such as the Warehouse blanket, available in berry, mustard, rush and mushroom shades — many of which are now £90, compared to £150 previously.

Significant savings can also be found on lighting and accessories,but best move swiftly as we have a feeling the discounted goods won't be around for very long!