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A former stripper is selling a pair of underpants she claims Prince Harry gave her in Las Vegas.
Carrie Reichert says the royal gave her the garment during his infamous night in Sin City - where he was pictured partying with no clothes on - a decade ago but she's decided to sell the black pants on now because Harry has "become such a bore".
The 43-year-old woman is also auctioning the dress and swimsuit she wore at the time and hopes to make nearly $1 million from the sale.
Her representative told the Sunday Mirror newspaper: “Harry has become such a bore, it’s a real shame. When he partied in Vegas, everyone loved him and his sense of fun. At least these pants are a reminder of what he used to be like… when Harry was the fun prince.
“It’s a shame he’s all po-faced and serious these days. Even as a married dad of two, he should still let his hair down now and again – what’s left of it any way.”
Carrie, who is now known as Carrie Royale, claimed she saw Harry naked and using a pool cue to play air guitar when she joined him and his friends at the Encore at Wynn Las Vegas hotel in August 2012, and after staying for around 20 minutes, the prince gave her his pants as he left.
The auction will take place at Las Vegas' Hustler Club on 17 August.
Carrie previously incorporated the undergarment into a striptease act at the venue, and they have also previously been on display at the Erotic Heritage Museum in the city.
Last year, Harry - who has children Archie, three, and Lili, 13 months, with wife Meghan, Duchess of Sussex - finally broke his silence on the shocking photographs from 2012, but insisted the situation could have been worse.
During an appearance on Dax Shepard’s ‘Armchair Expert’ podcast, the host told him: "You're the only one I ever knew [from the Royal Family] and simply because you were in those awesome nude photos in Vegas. And I literally said to myself, 'This guy's a party!'"
To which Harry replied: "I'm sure, you're constantly looking for other people to go, sort of balance out your own behaviour, right? It's relatable! At least I wasn't running down the strip, stripping naked!"