Range Rover driven by Prince William for sale on AutoTrader

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Royalists hoping to get their hands on a piece of monarchy heritage need look no further, after a Range Rover driven by Prince William has been listed for sale on AutoTrader.

The 2013 Range Rover Vogue SE was used by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge to drive Prince George home from St Mary's Hospital in Paddington following his birth on July 22nd 2013.

It had been given to the couple prior to the Prince's birth by Land Rover's VIP department.

The 4x4 is powered by a 4.4-litre V8, and costs £71,295 to buy new. However, this model has been listed for £150,000 – over twice as much – despite having covered 31,000 miles.

Such a model in this condition would usually be expected to sell for in the region of £50,000.

Range Rover driven by Prince William goes up for sale on AutoTrader

Range Rover driven by Prince William goes up for sale on AutoTrader

Amongst its extensive spec is ABS, airbags, stability control and emergency brake assist. Heated leather seats, climate control and sat-nav also feature.

Proceeds from the sale are to be shared amongst a number of benevolent associations, including the Military Mental Health Charity, Stand Down and Sun Screen IT, which donates IT equipment to schools in Africa.

Jon Quirk, Editor-in-Chief at Auto Trader said: "The Range Rover has long been considered the ultimate statement in luxury transport, and its go-anywhere ability makes it a fine royal conveyance.

"However, with two children and a royal reputation to uphold, Prince William may now have to consider the new Bentley Bentayga as his next family chariot - a brand that also proves very popular with his grandmother."