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Well it seem Buckingham's palace Prince Harry's bad boy days have come out to haunt him a decade later.

Back in August 2012 the royal blood infamously stripped down to his birthday suit while playing billiards in a Vegas Hotel suite, and now an ex-stripper identified as Carrie Royale is claiming she snatched the princes's black undies as he flung them and she is putting them up for auction.

Yes, ten years later!


So it seems what happens in Vegas does not always stay in Vegas.

And all I can think is, England must be going through a social media detox because these news are crazy and there has been no cease and desist order from the royal palace. 

Also Prince Harry's royal jewels must be priceless because the auction for his alleged underwear from his strip billiards game in Sin City is already at a quarter million dollars (250k) which translates to roughly 29.8 million Kenyan shillings.


The bidding opened on Thursday, on the heels of the 10-year anniversary of Harry's wild night in Vegas, with ex-stripper Carrie producing the now coveted 'goods' from his memorable night in a high roller's suite.

The bidding started at a $10,000 opening bid but it only took a few minutes for it to skyrocket to $16k before a strip club owner from San Diego placed a call-in bid of $250k. 

Videos shared from the live auction shows Carrie, dressed in a black cocktail dress, and some other exotic dancers going crazy when the big bid came through.

The $250k club owner bidder, Dino, says he plans to create a shrine to Harry's undies if he ends up winning the auction.

Carrie believes the winning bid could reach as high as $1 million, and online bidding remains open until Sept. 30 or when the auction reaches $1 mil, whichever comes first.

She's also auctioning off the dress and swimsuit she says she wore that same night

Earlier on it was revealed that if the bidding reaches $800k, the winner gets a vintage 3-liter bottle of 1996 Dom Pérignon Rose wrapped in 24 karat gold, valued at over $200k.

And, here is the juicier part, a share of the auction proceeds are going to Harry and Meghan's charity, Archewell.

Waiting to see if Harry does address this.

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