Oh Prince Harry ... What Happens in Vegas ALWAYS Goes Straight to the Queen

Prince William and Prince HarryToday is definitely not a good day for the royal family, as they're all likely hanging their heads in shame over the fact that nude photos of Prince Harry taken while he partied like a rock star in Las Vegas are plastered all over the Internet. (D'oh!)

And while there haven't been any official statements released from the royals in response to Harry's wild ways, it's pretty safe to say that none of them are thrilled about his behavior, and odds are good that he's going to get a nice lecture from just about every member of the family. But out of all the "what on earth were you thinking" type conversations that will likely go down between Harry and his family members in the next few days, somehow I'm guessing the scolding he'll get from Queen Elizabeth is likely to be the worst. (The whole nudity thing is kind of frowned upon when it comes to what her Majesty thinks is appropriate.)


And then there's Prince William, who according to Perez Hilton, is "not impressed" with his baby brother's "junk" making headlines this morning (though it's surely a welcome change from speculation over when he and Kate Middleton will produce a royal heir). Prince William is so squeaky clean, he practically shines these days, so I'm guessing when he woke up and saw Harry's bare bottom staring back at him from his computer, he wasn't exactly thrilled about it.

Man -- wouldn't you just love to be a fly on the wall in Kensington Palace today to hear what William and Kate are saying to each other about these pictures?! (You know they're rolling their eyes and blurting out all sorts of expletives that they wouldn't dare say in public.)

Harry may be a Prince, but he's also a 27-year-old dude who simply can't resist a good party when it (literally) winds up in his lap. But unfortunately for him, the "What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas" concept apparently doesn't apply to the royal family.

Do you think the royals will ever address these photos, or will they sweep them under the rug and forget about them?



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