Meghan Markle’s 'Deal or No Deal' Briefcase Is Being Auctioned Off

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Are you ready to make a deal?

To the untrained eye, the No. 24 briefcase might not seem like much, but those familiar with NBC’s “Deal or No Deal” know that its true worth.

The collector’s item belonged to Meghan Markle during her brief stint on the show.

And now, it could be yours.

The briefcase held by the actress-turned-duchess will be available as part of the “Hollywood: A Collector’s Ransom Auction,” running from Dec 17 through the 19.

The auction allows bids to be placed in person in Calabasas, California, over the phone, or online.

According to the listing, it is “constructed from lightweight, deep drawn aluminum, with chromed handles, hinges and a latch lock closure.”

It’s also described as in “fine condition.”

You can see it in action right here:

The auction expects it’ll fetch somewhere between $4,000 to $6,000, though, you never know, it could double in worth like Olivia Newton John’s iconic “Grease” one-piece and leather jacket set.

In addition to being handled by Markle, the briefcase was also in the presence of President Donald Trump, who appeared on the show’s first season and chose, you guessed it, briefcase No. 24!

Markle appeared as the “briefcase girl” on the game show from 2016 to 2017 before landing a series regular role on USA’s “Suits” in 2011 as Rachel Zane.

Her acting career ended after she married Prince Harry in 2018 and became part of the Royal Family as Meghan, Duchess of Sussex.

The couple welcomed their first child, Archie, in May of this year.

The briefcase isn’t just a piece of history, it’s tangible proof that Meghan really is the winner of the viral decade challenge.

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