The Range Rover that got a taste of the spotlight when Prince William used it to pick up newborn Prince George and the Duchess of Cambridge from the hospital after she gave birth, has gone on sale – and is expected to bring in the princely sum of £150,000 (almost $200,000).
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The luxury off-roader made the news after it was snapped whilst parked outside St. Mary’s Hospital, London in July 2013.
And while the Express reports that sources at online sales firm Auto Trader say the car has been stripped of all extra security measures put in place by the Royal detail, it’s still expected to make a whopping £150,000.
To buy the 4×4 brand new would reportedly cost around £70,000 ($92,000).
The SE Vogue model, powered by a 4.4-litre V8 diesel, was given to the royal couple by Land Rover’s VIP Department in 2013.
Proceeds from the sale are going to charities including the Sun Screen IT, which donates IT equipment to schools in Africa and Stand Down, the Military mental health charity. [Express]