The crown jewel of Prince Harry’s infamous Las Vegas romp is up for auction.
A former stripper, who claimed Harry, handed her his underwear after stripping down in a Sin City hotel suite 10 years ago, is selling her raunchy keepsake.
Carrie Reichert told The Mirror last month that said she hopes the prince’s black briefs are a reminder of the “fun Harry” before the he settled down and became “a bore”.
“When he partied in Vegas, everyone loved him and his sense of fun,” the 43-year-old said in the July 26 interview.
“Harry has become such a bore, it’s a real shame,” she continued at the time. “At least these pants are a reminder of what he used to be like … when Harry was the fun prince.”
Reichert will return to Larry Flynt’s Hustler Club — where the now-37-year-old British monarch is believed to have partied in 2012 — for the underwear auction on Thursday.
“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,” she said, referencing Harry’s wife, Meghan Markle, and their two children, Archie, 2, and Lilibet, 1.
Page Six has reached out to Reichert for comment.
The auction comes 10 years after the Queen’s grandson was photographed cupping his crown jewels while hugging a woman in a VIP hotel room.
Reichert, who was 27 at the time, claims Harry was already in the nude when she arrived at the Encore at Wynn Las Vegas for the party.
According to her account of their drunken night on the town, the Duke of Sussex played air guitar to the tune of Michael Jackson’s “Beat It” and used a glove to cover his crotch.
Reichert also claimed the pair shared a kiss.
The former exotic dancer previously loaned the prince’s unmentionables to Vegas’ Erotic Heritage Museum for public display, but will now be selling them — alongside the swimsuit and dress she wore at the time — for good.
Online bidding begins Thursday at 10:30 p.m. PT, with a starting bid of $10,000.
If the bidding reaches $800,000, the winner will also receive a vintage bottle of 1996 Dom Pérignon Rose wrapped in 24 karat gold.
A portion of the auction proceeds will even go to Harry and Markle’s charity, Archewell.