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As hard as it was to snap a shot of Prince Harry at Hakkasan (we were asked to delete ours) and partying at LIV, it’s even harder to publish them. The Palace itself demanded that photos of the partying prince at LIV be removed from all UK publications. “They complained,” says our UK mole. You don’t say no to the Queen. That being said, “Outside the UK the laws are different, so they might not act in all countries, but his people will try, I guess,” the source said.

Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell had dinner Monday at Perricone’s. On Tuesday, Russell was at Perricone’s bar, watching ESPN and chatting with customers “like a regular guy,” says our spy. A few minutes later, Hawn showed up and the duo lunched. Hawn was overheard telling owner Steven Perricone that they loved the place. Hawn was “charming” and seen visiting several tables saying hello to fans. The couple, we hear, were in Miami visiting friends.

Soccer legend Pele arrived in Miami Monday for the “Hublot Loves Football” American Kickoff at Romero Britto’s Wynwood studio. There, Pele And Britto unveiled the custom-made Hublot watch cases that will hold the brand’s Limited Edition FIFA World Cup Watches. Later that afternoon, Pele joined Hublot CEO Ricardo Guadalupe and Britto for a Dom Perignon-soaked celebration at Baoli where DJ Irie spun for a crowd that also included retired slugger Sammy Sosa.

Carlos Santana had dinner Wednesday at Morton’s on Brickell. Santana is in town for a show at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino.

Chris Bosh and his wife Adrienne had a late dinner Wednesday at the newly opened R House in Wynwood.

Luis Miguel had dinner with friends Thursday at La Mar by Gaston Acurio. Two days earlier, singer Carlos Vives was there.

Chilean rock-pop band LA LEY will perform at 8 p.m. Wednesday at the Mandarin Oriental, Miami’s MO Bar + Lounge as part of its MO Bar Unplugged series with Warner Music Latina. Tickets to the show cost $50 and include two cocktails.

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