Taking your clothes off in front of the camera isn't something normally associated with the Royals.
But when you're the heiress of a billion dollar empire - anything goes. And Paris Hilton has stripped off for the front cover of FHM in the same breath as praising Prince William and brother Harry for being 'gentleman'.
The socialite was celebrating her return to the magazine, six years after first posing for the cover. Speaking of her love of London, Paris said: 'I love the vibe, the people, the accent... British guys are really different to the guys in America - they’re all such gentlemen and they’re far more mature.
more + pictures...'It’s just a different mindset. I’ve met a lot of nice British guys, I think the way that your parents raise you is a lot different, because you’re so polite and sweet. British guys are really hot.'
She then spoke of her friendship with the famous brothers, saying: 'They’re both very nice boys.
'When I was in London shooting a show for a few months, we went out a couple of times and I found them to be just such nice gentlemen.'
The blonde bombshell looks typically trim and cutesy in a series of seductive poses; modelling heart speckled nightwear in one image and going topless in another with just locks covering her modesty.
Paris, 30, also revealed she is planning to release a house album his summer, saying: 'I have a huge passion for house music.
'It always has been my passion. I just haven’t been able to focus on it, because I have been doing reality TV for so long now.'
She added: 'I’ve been working on the album with lots of other top DJs for a while now and I think people will be really surprised. It’s very modern and very catchy; perfect party music.
'There are just so many great DJs right now. And I should know, I’ve been to over 100 raves in the past year, so I’ve heard every type of music.'
She also spoke about her varying entrepreneurial skills and self-made businesses.
'I’m involved in my products every step of the way. My fragrances are doing really well at the moment. They’ve produced more than $1.3billion in revenue since 2005.
'I have 35 stores and 17 product lines. 'And then there’s my racing team, my 14 fragrances and my new project, the Paris Hilton Beach Club chain.
'The first one is opening in the Philippines soon. It’s going to have nightclubs, restaurants, bars, gyms, everything really.'