Una Mullally

Society, life and culture on the edge

What happens in Vegas…

… doesn’t necessarily stay there, which is unfortunate for Prince Harry who decided to play pool naked. (photo via TMZ.com) Photoshopped Hangover III posters in 5…4…3… It must be fun to be Prince Harry all the same. The public’s standards …

Wed, Aug 22, 2012, 09:39

   

… doesn’t necessarily stay there, which is unfortunate for Prince Harry who decided to play pool naked.

(photo via TMZ.com)

Photoshopped Hangover III posters in 5…4…3…

It must be fun to be Prince Harry all the same. The public’s standards are much lower for his behaviour as his cast of girlfriends called Chelsea, Binky and whoever haven’t been overly scrutinised, he got away with dressing in a Nazi uniform and falling out of Mahiki every second weekend, and can afford to be the royal party boy considering he’s highly unlikely to ever be King. What would you choose? Having to be the serious Prince William full of regal constrictions, or have all the trappings of being a Prince and actually being able to take advantage of them? All we need now is an Aaron Sorkin Prince Harry biopic. I’d watch that.¬†All this subliminal high-fiving of Prince Harry’s antics is interesting though. I wonder what the reaction to a drunk, naked princess would be?

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