German princess Xenia Florence Gabriela Sophie Iris turns into first aristocrat to cowl Playboy

She’s exhibiting off the royal items.

Xenia Florence Gabriela Sophie Iris, the Princess of Saxony, has made historical past by turning into the primary member of the aristocracy to pose for Playboy — and she or he advised the journal she thinks her regal ancestors “would have positively authorised.”

The German princess, 37, strikes a racy pose on the March 2024 cowl of German Playboy, draping a white sheet throughout one half of her physique whereas leaving the opposite aspect fully naked.

However she dropped the cover-up in one other image, posing fully topless by an opulent pool in one other snapshot as she wore a sheer white skirt with waist-high slits.

In a 3rd photograph, Xenia — whose great-great-great-grandfather was Frederick Augustus III, the final king of Saxony — wears a white bodysuit with the crotch unsnapped, pulling it right down to reveal her chest, stories Web page Six.

In her accompanying interview, the socialite advised German Playboy she needed to indicate by way of her images that “each lady is gorgeous the best way she is.”

“You don’t have to adapt to developments or have surgical procedure in your physique simply to please somebody,” she advised the journal. “I’ve stretch marks and I’m proud to indicate them.”

The longtime actuality TV character, who presently stars in B:Actual – Actual Celebrities, Actual Life, advised the magazine that she has to “struggle in opposition to prejudices all day lengthy” due to her ancestry but additionally due to her physique.

“In some actuality TV reveals, I used to be the one one who didn’t have something completed to her physique,” she shared, persevering with that “different ladies, a few of whom had had numerous surgical procedure, mentioned one thing like that I wasn’t any competitors for them as a result of I didn’t have any curves and wasn’t female.”

The Undercover Princesses star admitted that the “horrible” feedback almost made her give “in to the stress” to get cosmetic surgery, though she by no means did.

The royal descendant and one-time Ikea mannequin — who authored a biography, Xenia: The Lifetime of a Princess within the twenty first Century — went on to say, “I see myself extra as a type of spy. I need to carry the actual factor again to actuality TV and on the identical time present individuals who I actually am.”

Nonetheless, her declare as a princess has been disputed by no less than one member of her noble line, with Maria Emanuel, Margrave of Meissen, making an offended assertion to German newspaper Bild after the information of Xenia’s ebook broke.

“She is a nothing, she will be able to’t have a biography. This factor is a dreadful fake pas, a misfortune for the 1,000-year-old Home of Wettin!” the aristocrat mentioned by way of The Impartial.

Nonetheless, the princess advised Playboy she thinks the late king of Saxony would have gotten a kick out of her journal shoot, sharing, “He was described to me as very humorous and loving. So he would positively have authorised of it.”

On the finish of the day, Xenia mentioned she’s proud of herself so long as she’s wholesome.

“I like my physique finest when it really works and I’m pain-free,” she mentioned, including, “I’ve by no means decided how nicely I like myself based mostly on my look.”

This text initially appeared in Web page Six and was reproduced with permission.