Lady Amelia Windsor, 23, has been announced as the face of a special make-up campaign.
The royal is a relative of the Queen and 38th-in-line to the British throne.
She is the granddaughter of the Queen’s first cousin The Duke of Kent.
Her father is George Windsor, Earl of St Andrews, and her mother is academic Sylvana Tomaselli.
The stunning blonde studies at the University of Edinburgh.
She also models on the side and has worked for Dolce & Gabbana during her career.
This campaign marks her first foray in the world of make-up with cosmetics brand Illamasqua.
She also recently was appointing a contributing editor at posh magazine Tatler.
The make-up company is celebrating its 10th anniversary.
A statement from the company said: “Illamasqua has chosen British model Amelia Windsor to front the campaign accompany The Reign of Rock launch, in what will be her first ever beauty contract.”
Amelia posted to her Instagram to reveal the news.
She wrote: “I’m so excited to be a part of @illamasqua’s 10-year anniversary.
“Famed for their unconventional approach to beauty, Illamasqua are celebrating their 10-year anniversary with a brand new, limited edition rock inspired collection, launching on the 10th October.
“Amazing makeup by: @pablo_rodriguez_makeup. #TheReignofRock #illamasqua #wonderland”
However, not everyone was a fan of her look.
One wrote: “Gorgeous but better without all that makeup.”
Recently, Lady Amelia Windsor wore a £6,300 dress in club loved by fellow-royal Sarah Ferguson.
Lady Amelia attended the LOVE Magazine 10th birthday party with Perrier-Jouet at Loulou’s on 17 September.
The royal wore a black slip dress with a ditzy blue floral print and lace on the bust and hem.
The dress, by Michael Kors Collection, cost a whopping £6,285.
Lady Amelia Windsor also made an appearance at London Fashion Week where she sat front row at Mary Katrantzou’s show.