A short story written 'from the point of view of a pair of pants' has triumphed in the BBC's 500 Words competition - which saw winners announced at Windsor Castle on Friday.

Mya Dainty's prize for her tale, Pants!, is the Duchess of Cornwall's height in books.

BBC Radio 2 Breakfast Show's 500 Words competition received almost 113,000 entries from children this year.

Prizes include award founder Chris Evans' height in books for gold winners, Camilla's height in books for silver recipients, while bronze winners receive their own height in books.

Winning stories were read by Hugh Bonneville, Konnie Huq, Helen McCrory, Michael Sheen, Sandi Toksvig and David Walliams.

Pants! won the silver award in the five to nine-year-olds category for being 'laugh-out-loud funny'.

Novelist Frank Cottrell-Boyce said: "The idea of a family running away from their own knickers will stay with me for a long time."

And author Charlie Higson said: "I don't think I've ever read a story before that was written from the point of view of a pair of pants."

The five other winners were also female.

Snow Blood Window Frame by Eve Molloy, a 'humorous retelling of a classic fairytale' won the gold category in the same age group.

Fragile Freya by Rosa Moody scooped the bronze.

Why Did The Chicken by Esme Harrison-Jones won gold in the 10 to 13-year-old category.

Tyrannos-oral Hygiene by Millie Robinson won silver and A Walk In The Park by Beth Helliwell took bronze.

Since its launch in 2011, more than 900,000 children have submitted stories for the competition.