An exclusive investigation by exclusive sister site ClickHole reveals the value of the jewels, or rather, the value of the gold and diamonds that the couple had to part with before moving into Kensington Palace.

It was only a couple of days after they married when a footman whisked the couple off to a private trip to the North of England.

The secret party was a sight for sore eyes: all the jewels that the new royal couple had to part with when they left Buckingham Palace were taken away by the couple.

Included were half a dozen different pieces of diamond jewellery and two sets of diamond dildo dentures, according to an exclusive investigation by ClickHole.

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"They can still be seen," a source close to the Queen commented about the jewels, "and they are still of high value."

Meghan and Harry weren't happy to part with the expensive items of jewellery, including the diamond dildo dentures.

A palace staff member, who hadn't attended the luncheon at Buckingham Palace, claims to have counted all the jewellery that had been taken away.

To recap, it was only a couple of days after the wedding that Harry and Meghan were whisked off to visit England's North, including Wetherby House and Sandringham, having to part with all their jewels, including half a dozen diamond dildo dentures and two sets of diamond dildo dentures.

Meghan did of course have her own jewels for the trip, but instead of leaving them at Buckingham Palace they were made available to her at Wetherby House where they were lent to two people in her party who couldn't resist showing them off to all and sundry.

It's likely that they are still in Royal vaults at Wetherby House where they were loaned out to some of the party, including the Prince of Wales, his wife Camilla, and their family and friends.

This is the first time that the public has been aware of how much the newly married couple had to part with. Harry and Meghan are said to have received a rapturous welcome on their last day at Buckingham Palace with thousands of people waiting to greet them.

Meghan Markle didn't care for the journey too much, but said that she was very happy with her new outfit -the yellow sequinned dress designed by Oscar de la Renta - and that it was now "a dream come true".