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Prince Harry bans partying, alcohol and women for 6 months

Alison Potter
By Alison Potter Published on 4 September 2012

Prince Harry bans partying, alcohol and women for 6 months

Prince Harry


Prince Harry is undergoing a self-imposed party ban following his naked photo scandal in Las Vegas last month.

The 27-year-old is reportedly giving up alcohol and women for the next six months in order to clean up his act and straighten out his image after embarrassing the Royal Family with his nude antics.

The young Royal found himself in hot water after pictures were published by TMZ.com and now several girls from the party have come forward and sold their stories of the hard-partying Prince to the press.

Although many have declared support for the shamed Prince, fresh reports in the US suggest that drugs were at the party, though it’s been made it clear that no one saw Harry taking part in any illegal activities.

A source told Now magazine: “Harry's been made well aware that he's caused huge embarrassment to the Royal Family with his lads' holiday in Vegas.”

“He knows he shamed his family and while no official demands have been made on Harry to 'behave' - he's a bit old to be punished by his father, after all - he's sensibly decided to keep his nose clean for a few months.”

“So that means no drinking and no girls.”

Harry, who is third in line to the throne, will instead throw himself into his royal duties and army career, ensuring that he stays out of trouble for the foreseeable future.

The Prince has already begun to put the episode behind him, appearing at the WellChild Awards in London last night, of which he is patron.

He gave a well-received speech and handed out awards to those who have been commended for supporting terminally and critically ill children.

Poking fun at his recent indiscretions, Harry jokingly alluded to the naked photos as he paid tributes to the winners.

He said: “All of you, children, families, nurses, doctors, carers, volunteers are quite frankly too remarkable for me adequately to describe with mere words.”

"But never one to be shy in coming forward, I'll give it a go," he added, before grinning as the audience burst into laughter and gave him a warm round of applause.

by Alison Potter