Randy royal Prince Harry snapped naked while partying in Las Vegas


Partially nude photographs of randy royal Prince Harry — taken while he partied in Las Vegas last weekend — emerged Tuesday and are likely to embarrass back home.

The photographs, exclusively obtained by the entertainment website TMZ, reveal the prince partying hard with half-naked women and are by far the most revealing shots in recent history of a member of the British Royal Family.

The shots were taken Friday during a night of partying by the bad boy prince. At one point, TMZ has learned, Harry and a gaggle of beauties decided to have a game of strip billiards in his Vegas VIP hotel suite — all within view of some friends with cell phone cameras.

In one shot, a fully nude Harry is seen cupping his genitals while a seemingly topless woman stands behind him, TMZ said.

In another photo, a naked Harry is bear-hugging a woman who also appears to be completely naked. Harry’s pasty-white derriere is captured in the shot.

“We're told Harry, along with a large entourage, went down to the hotel bar and met a bunch of hot chicks ... and invited them up to his VIP suite,” reported TMZ. “Once in the room, things got wild ... with the group playing a game of strip pool that quickly escalated into full-on royal nudity.”

Earlier this week, a video of Prince Harry in a Vegas hotel swimming pool at 3 a.m. challenging Olympic Florida swimmer Ryan Lochte to a race was made public.

To see the nude photographs of Prince Harry go to TMZ.com

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