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PRINCE HARRY LOSES $50 MILLION IN VEGAS

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What happens in Vegas no longer stays in Vegas. Prince Harry got naked and lost a royal fortune in poker.

Prince Harry put the crown jewels on display in Vegas getting naked during a game of strip billiards and strip Texas Hold ‘Em with a room full of “friends” in his VIP suite.  But the Las Vegas pros (i.e. sharks), who were also naked with Harry, took him for $50 million.

Needless to say, the Queen is furious.  The Royal Family is now scrambling to pay off Harry’s gambling debt.  The Queen is notoriously frugal – making all staffers turn off lights as soon as they exit a room.   Prince Harry has no comment about his financial loses, but he reportedly had “the best time of my life” in Vegas.

It all went down Friday night during a raging party in a high rollers hotel suite.

TMZ once again did some crack reporting and got hold of these pictures of a naked Harry in his hotel suite – right after losing the $50 million.

He doesn’t seem to mind losing his “pounds” in poker:

Harry, along with his large entourage, went down to the hotel bar and met a bunch of young women and invited them up to his VIP suite – to play billards and poker.  But little did he know that three of the girls were professional poker players planted by the hotel.

Once in the room, things got wild, with the group playing a game of strip pool that quickly escalated into full-on royal nudity.

Prince Harry went to Las Vegas at the invitation of Ryan Lochte, who also seemed to have a good time.

The Brits are not happy.  It costs over $200 million dollars in security to keep Harry safe when in England, “and then the bloke goes and blows the Royal bank account playing poker. He’s a real wanker,” said royal watcher Ian Woolton.

“He’s a young man with lots of testosterone but there is a balance and occasionally that balance slips,”  Woolton said.

Prince Harry is prepared to get a royal lashing when he returns to England, but he told WWN, “it was worth it.  I’m coming back in two months.”