Millionaire Chloe Ferry flogging her used knickers and thongs for £8 on Depop while living it up in Dubai

MILLIONAIRE Chloe Ferry is flogging her used knickers and thongs for as little as £8 on her Depop while living it up in Dubai.

The 25-year-old star also has her old Geordie Shore outfits for sale on the popular app.

Among the listings are a pair of black JKA knickers in a size 10-12, which she'd previously worn with a matching sports bra.

She captioned the post: "Size guide says 10-12, knickers only."

Another, which sold for £15, advertised her miniscule thong bikini she'd worn on one of her many luxury holidays – with the tiny top flashing copious underboob at the time.

There's plenty of other thong swimwear available for fans to buy – in addition to her attention-grabbing outfits.

A skintight, PVC PrettyLittleThing dress is also listed for £15, with Chloe describing it as "new with tags" despite being spotted out in the exact same dress before.

Other items include gymwear, shoes, and day-to-day clothing, with The Sun revealing last year that the star is a millionaire after raking it in with her beauty range and TV work

Earlier this week, Chloe was slammed by followers after she declared that she is "at her happiest" while soaking up the sun in Dubai.

The reality star was criticised for showing off her lavish holiday on social media after the UK got plunged into its third national lockdown.

Anger has been growing on social media over UK celebrities who have been coming and going from Dubai – one of the few holiday spots where people are not required to quarantine back home.

One Brit tweeted: "Really is a kick in the teeth when we’re all stuck in the UK unable to go out or do anything and you’ve got all these celebs loving life in Dubai ‘working’."

One of Chloe's fans fumed: "Honestly how are celebs allowed to travel to different countries when Covid is about.

"No wonder why it’s spreading even more!!! Not hating just saying!"

Chloe explained last week that she would be staying in the sun-drenched city for two months – by which time the UK lockdown may be over.

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