Prince Harry and Prince William’s cousin – dubbed the "most beautiful royal" – is selling her worn bras and jeans online for as little as £8.

Lady Amelia Windsor, a 24-year-old model, flagged the items on her Instagram profile.

The clothes, for sale on her depop page, include a “super sexy lace bralette” for £50, Dolce and Gabbana underwear for the same price, and some blue trousers for £8, The Sun reported.

Amelia was pictured wearing the bralette during an event at a Mayfair club during London Fashion Week in 2017.

She posted: “Had a Spring-ish clean of my wardrobe and selected some items to sell on @depop.

“I’ve had many a happy time in these pieces but they’re now ready for new friends and new adventures.

“All sales will be going to the charity @crossrivergorilla.”

Amelia lives with her 27-year-old sister Marina in Notting Hill, west London, and is 38th in line to the throne.

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She is the second daughter of George Windsor, Earl of St Andrews, and her granddad the Duke of Kent is the Queen's cousin.

Amelia is signed to the prestigious fashion modelling agency Storm Model Management and has graced the covers of the likes of Vanity Fair and Tatler.

She was once dubbed "the most beautiful member of the royal family" by Tatler.

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Amelia failed to bag an invite to Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding in 2018, The Sun reported.

A friend told the newspaper: “They were a little surprised not to be invited as they were looking forward to going.

“Amelia is creating quite a name for herself with her modelling and Instagram posts.

“Perhaps Harry just wanted to keep the family invited to a small number or maybe he didn’t want anyone upstaging the bride.”

Last October, she hit out at a Government-linked advert suggesting those in the arts industry should retrain for a new career.

The ad showed a ballerina getting ready to perform a dance routine, alongside the caption: "Fatima's next job could be in cyber, (she just doesn't know it yet)."

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It added: "Rethink. Reskill. Reboot."

The advert soon caught the attention of Amelia, who shared the post with her Instagram followers alongside the caption: "Absolute disgrace #savetheartsuk".

Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden later sought to distance his department from the "crass" ad.

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