A large pair of Queen Victoria's knickers has made a big win at auction, selling for nearly NZ$30,000 (£16,250).
The sizeable garment dates back to the late 1800s, and was made exclusively for the Queen.
The staggering price tag is believed to be a world record for a pair of the monarch's underwear.
Bidders went into a frenzy over the pants, which were originally estimated at about £3,000.
"Queen Victoria was quite into hygiene so she would have had a pair of drawers like this every day then never used them again," Christie's chairman Nic McElhatton told the Mirror.
"When she came to the throne in 1837 she was very slender but these have quite a wide girth, so we suspect these come from later in her reign," he said.
Jersey-based collector David Gainsborough Roberts sold the royal knickers, along with several other items.
In 2015, another large pair of Queen Victoria's underwear sold for £12,000.