Lady Amelia Windsor is now a paid influencer.
The Royal, 23, shared two Instagram posts sponsored during the summer, both for Michael Kors.
His publications, published in July and August, come with the mention & # 39; Payment Society with michaelkors & # 39 ;, which is intended to inform his followers that they are viewing an ad.
#SponCon: Lady Amelia Windsor, 23, shared two sponsored posts for Michael Kors on his Instagram page this summer. The first one (in the photo) dates from July 28
Announcement: The second sponsored publication, which Amelia shared on Wednesday, sees her posing in a white and blue dress with a print by Michael Kors.
Transparency: Both publications include the mention & # 39; Payment Society with michaelkors & # 39 ;, which alerts followers on the fact that they are viewing an advertisement
The first publication, which dates from July 28, was taken in the Balearic Islands.
Amelia, who was famous for being crowned as "the most beautiful member of the royal family" last year, can be seen looking to one side, wearing a white, blue and flowing dress.
He simply marked the title & # 39; Mel and the Moon & # 39; and added the hashtag #michaelkors.
His other sponsored post, which he shared on Wednesday, shows Amelia posing between two green doors with a tinted dress in similar shades, this time looking directly at the camera.
& # 39; Two Door Tie Dye & # 39; wrote in the caption, once again adding the hashtag designated by the American brand.
Amelia, a distant cousin of Prince Harry, who holds the 38th position in the succession to the British throne, is represented by Storm Model Management, the same agency as Lottie Moss, the 20-year-old sister of Kate Moss.
She walked to Dolce & Gabbana at Milan Fashion Week in 2017 and twice appeared on the cover of Tatler, most recently for the October issue of the magazine.
It is not known exactly how much Amelia won for the sponsored Instagram publications, which could be part of a larger partnership with Michael Kors.
Celebrities can earn five or six figures for their posts on Instagram, although the amounts vary widely depending on factors such as the number of followers and the amount of money they invest in them.
Royal: Amelia (photographed in a recent shot on social media), a distant cousin of Prince Harry, who ranks 38th in succession to the British throne
Model: The royal (pictured left in June and right on the catwalk at Dolce & Gabbana in 2017) is represented by Storm Model Management, the same agency as Kate Moss's sister, Lottie.
With 73,700 followers, Amelia has many followers. However, it remains below the mark of 100,000 followers and is far behind certain celebrities who have built huge online communities.
It is believed that Kylie Jenner, 21, with her 114 million followers will earn as much as $ 1 million with just one Instagram post.
When the figure was first reported in July by Page Six, according to statistics provided by HopperHQ.com, an Instagram programming tool, Kylie had 110 million followers, which means that their rates could have gone up even more since then. .
Meanwhile, Selena Gomez, 26, who now has 141 million followers and had 139 million at that time, may request $ 800,000 per publication.
Selena and Kylie, however, did not confirm the figures.
One A-lister has frankly discussed his earnings on Instagram in recent months: Bella Thorne.
In April of this year, he revealed in the documentary Inside The Life of Bella Thorne, published by Vogue, which earns $ 65,000 for a single Instagram publication.
He even credited that the social media platform helped pay for his house.
Although he did not confirm which household he was referring to, in December 2016 it was reported that Bella had spent $ 2 million on a 4,500-square-foot property in Sherman Oaks, Los Angeles.
According to Trulia, the house has six bedrooms, six bathrooms, a large backyard with a beautiful modern pool, a large kitchen and an outdoor grill area.