British Vogue’s September issue, guest edited by the Duchess of Sussex, is being listed for five times its cover price on eBay.
The magazine, which hit news stands on Friday, is £3.99 but fans are already flogging it for up to £19.99 on the online auction site.
According to one advert, 45 shoppers have snapped it up for £14.95, making the seller £672.75.
Buckingham Palace announced the collaboration between Meghan, 37, and British Vogue last Sunday. She’s become the first person to guest edit an edition in the magazine’s 103-year history.
The cover features 15 inspirational women chosen by Meghan for their impact to society.
They include actor and women’s rights advocate Salma Hayek, Climate change campaigner Greta Thunberg and body positivity advocate Jameela Jamil.
The fashion bible’s editor-in-chief Edward Enninful said the duchess left herself off the cover because “she felt that it would be in some ways a “boastful” thing to do for this particular project.”
The pair began working together on the secret project back in January, when Meghan was around five months pregnant with baby Archie.
Other highlights from the September issue include a Q&A between the duchess and former First Lady of the United States Michelle Obama and an interview between Prince Harry and primatologist Dr Jane Goodall.
The Duke of Sussex revealed he and Meghan would have “two children, maximum” to help save the planet.
Their son Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor was born on May 6 at The Portland Hospital in London.
Meghan is currently on maternity leave but she will return to her royal duties in autumn.