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Revealed: The ONE beauty product Meghan Markle can't travel without – and it's only £2.99

AND you can bring it in your hand luggage!

Jessica B

The Duchess of Sussex will be enjoying her first proper break since her marriage to Prince Harry in May when she heads back home to the States to catch up with friends and family this month. August is the time the royal family take time off from public engagements and charity duties, and Meghan has certainly earned some rest time following a busy few months of events and appearances. And we can reveal the one item beauty item she will certainly be packing in her hand luggage for the trip – and, even better, you can pick it up yourself at Superdrug for a mere £2.99

Meghan's "little cure-all" is also a great bargain

In an interview with US beauty bible Allure magazine back in 2014 the former Suits star admitted that she always carries a small bottle of tea tree oil with her whenever she has to travel. "The one thing I cannot live without when I'm travelling is a small container of tea tree oil," she told the interviewer.

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"It's not the most glamorous thing, but if you get a cut, a mosquito bite, a small breakout, no matter what, it's my little cure-all. It's inexpensive, it's small enough to carry on, and I bring it with me all the time." She added that she was giving "the most honest answer" because "I literally got off a plane yesterday after a five-hour flight and I leave tomorrow to go to Toronto." 

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As well as this essential, the 37-year-old has previously revealed that she always brings a First Class Leather Tech Case by British brand Stow London with her on trips, in order to keep all her gadgets and paperwork organised. In a post from her now-deleted Instagram, Meghan shared a pic of the accessory, alongside the caption "packing for tomorrow with a few of my essentials".

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