Naked video of Prince Harry still to come, claims US website

RadarOnline claims there’s a video in existence of prince’s romp in Las Vegas hotel suite

LAST UPDATED AT 16:03 ON Tue 28 Aug 2012

THE SCANDAL over the naked photos of Prince Harry is about to become even worse for the royal family, according to the US gossip site RadarOnline.com, which claims a naked video of the prince partying in his hotel room will surface shortly.

The site claims the video was taken as Harry played ‘strip billiards’ in his Las Vegas hotel suite. It is not known if it was shot by the person who took the infamous photos.

Radar admits it has yet to see the video but says it was told by a source that the video owner is making “very quiet inquiries” about how much the film might be worth.

The source said: “The video has not been shopped around yet, its existence is being kept as discreet as possible. With all the attention the photos got, the people with the video know it could be worth a fortune.”

Radar adds that the content of the video is said to be “far from tame” and its source concludes: “A lot went on in that hotel room that night, that much is for sure.”

Meanwhile, Clarence House has announced that Harry will not attend the Team GB victory parade in central London on 10 September because of a “prior engagement”, reports The Daily Telegraph.

While the Princess Royal will attend, no other senior royals were free to come along. Some observers suggest that Harry may be back on duty in Afghanistan by that date.

Yesterday, Perez Hilton claimed that Prince Harry was planning to make a public apology for his behaviour before the Paralympics begin, having been instructed to do so by his family.

Meanwhile, British soldiers have shown their support for their comrade by stripping off for photographs in emulation of his. A Facebook group ‘Support Prince Harry with a Naked Salute’ has attracted 8,000 members, whose photos include an impressive line-up of 21 buck-naked hussars, reports The Sun. · 

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