Royal Family Upset Over Prince Harry’s Las Vegas Weekend

Published On August 23, 2012 | Celeb Facts, Celebrities

Since NSFW photos of Prince Harry’s wild weekend in Las Vegas surfaced this week, the Royal Family has expressed their anger not only towards the young Royal but also towards his security team and minders, reports TMZ.

This past weekend, Prince Harry and two male friends invited a group of ladies from the hotel bar to his VIP suite at Wynn and Encore. They played a game of strip billiards, which resulted in Harry losing all of his clothing and TMZ reports that his minders did not ask the girls to surrender their phones.

Once the clothes came off, the female guests began to take photos and one of his minders told the guests, “awww, come on .. no photos.”

“The minders were asleep at the wheel, enjoying the party more than protecting the Prince from himself,” said a spy.

According to TMZ, who spoke to “several people in the Las Vegas VIP scene,” the images could have been “easily contained” but “Harry’s team acted like a bunch of amateurs.”

Prince Harry has since returned to England and the U.K.’s ‘Guardian and Daily Telegraph’ reports that reps for the Royal household have invoked Harry’s rights to privacy under the Press Complaints Commission’s code of conduct. Their invocation of such rights has thus far prevented the images from appearing in the British press.

“She [the queen] will be unhappy about it,” Arthur Edwards, royal photographer for The Sun, told ABC News. “She probably choked on her cornflakes when she heard about it.”

“But I imagine Prince Philip will probably enjoy it,” he added.

Watch TMZ’s Coverage Of Prince Harry Going Naked Below:

Photo Credit: TMZ.

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