Hundreds of items from the former home of Prince and Princess Michael of Kent will go under the hammer.

The bric-a-brac, cleared out of their Cotswolds mansion, will be sold on Friday.

Among the more unusual items are two boxes of model cars, valued at £30 to £50 and an acoustic guitar in faux crocodile-skin case, set to raise £60.

They will be sold by auctioneers Moore, Allen and Innocent in Cirencester, Gloucestershire. The Royal couple sold Nether Lypiatt Manor in April.