Purple folders flying off shelves after Meghan Markle was pictured with them in Australia

  The Sun 

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MEGHAN MARKLE has created an unlikely must-have accessory after being pictured using purple folders to conceal her baby bump in Australia. Since the image was captures sales of the royal-colour stationary have skyrocketed. Australian outfit Officeworks said sales increased 75 per cent overnight, and the suddenly popular item has since sold out. A spokeswoman told […]
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