Despite reports that Prince Harry has been told to tone down his social life and focus on his military career, it seems he’s not taken the advice (given by military personnel) to heart.
On Friday night, Harry took part in a marathon drinking session; he began the night at a Barts in Fulham, before continuing the evening at the Bunga Bunga Bar, run by a former Etonian, according to the Daily Mail.
A source told The Mail:
Harry decided he was up for a night out and started drinking at about 8 o’clock. He was pretty plastered by the end of the night and left Bunga Bunga at about 3.30 in the morning. They had been drinking cocktails and shots and Harry was in really good spirits. It was like he was in a world of his own. His friends were chatting on the pavement and Harry skipped into the road and did a little jive. It was hilarious to watch and he was really getting into it. He gave one of his mates a bear hug good night and then did a funny little jig to his chauffeur driven car.
Harry’s night culminated with a private lock-in until 3.30 am.
Earlier in the day, however, Harry was a picture perfect Prince— rigged out in a dapper suit to attend a a memorial service for the late Queen Mother and Princess Margaret at Windsor Castle. In tow were many members of the royal family, most notably The Queen.