Millionaire celebs Amy Childs and Ferne McCann flog second hand baby clothes for £5 each online
MILLIONAIRE celebs including Ferne McCann and Amy Childs are selling their children's used clothes online for as little as £3 a go.
The pair are among the stars topping up their income by flogging everything from old babygros to crumpled swimsuits on a special app.
Along with Love Island's Emma-Jane Woodhams and Tyla Carr, Towie's Maria Fowler and Hollyoaks star Stephanie Davis, they are fans of the Market of Mums app.
It promises users "gorgeous one-offs from celebrity mums" – but much of what the celebs have to offer look more like cast-offs than designer clothes.
Up for grabs is Amy's daughter Polly's pink swimsuit, Steph's son Caben-Albi's hoodie – and Mario Falcone's wife Becky Miesner's breast pump.
Former Towie star Ferne, 28, is the most active celeb on the app, listing 26 items of clothes that have been worn by her 18-month-old daughter Sunday.
They range from a bundle of baby leggings for £6 to a "balloon dress and frilly knickers set" for £25.
Ferne, who is worth a reported £2.7 million, has made £257 from selling on the site.
Meanwhile, 28-year-old Amy, who is worth an estimated £5 million, has netted £20 in sales so far.
Still available are a pink bikini and boots once owned by two-year-old Polly, her daughter with Bradley Wright.
Love Island star Emma-Jane and actress Stephanie have sold most of their clothes – but others haven’t been so lucky.
All of fellow Love Islander Tyla's listings are currently still on offer.
Most of the items put up for sale by the stars are available for under a tenner, but you can get the odd bargain for three quid.
Those include Teen Mom UK's Amber Butler's baby Converse top or Becky's romper suit.
Market of Mums claim that there are now 13,000 items listed on the app, which has no listings fees or commission.
The firm says on its website: 'We’re a group of Mums and shopping experts who got fed up hunting through apps to find nice stuff for our kids.
"So we made our own, for busy parents like us."
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