Barbie doll that looks like Britain's Queen Elizabeth II is out of stock
The company that produced the Barbie doll, which produced a doll in the form of Queen Elizabeth II on the occasion of the platinum jubilee celebration of her accession to the throne, announced that the quantity was sold out shortly after the doll was launched.
The company confirmed that there was a great demand for the doll, which costs 95 pounds, because it is an important souvenir, in addition to the accessories and clothes of the Queen.
Mattel said it would release more of the doll before the platinum jubilee date, scheduled for early June.
The doll wears an ivory dress decorated with decorations and wears a special necklace.