Prince Harry and girlfriend Cressida Bonas reportedly partied until 4am at Glastonbury festival over the weekend
Prince Harry and girlfriend Cressida Bonas let their down over the weekend, by hitting Glastonbury festival for a few days of fun and musical festivities.
Blending in with fellow festivalgoers, the pair enjoyed the sunshine and watched the Rolling Stones, before partying the night away.
Onlookers spied Prince Harry and girlfriend Cressida Bonas – with bodyguards in tow – watching the music at several of the festival’s different venues, before bagging a pass to cheer on the Rolling Stones from the side of the stage.
The couple were also spied tucking into chips from one of the fast food stores.
Dressed in her festival best, Cressida blended in with the crowds in denim dungarees, neon sunnies and a scrunchie, while Prince Harry wore shorts and a frayed, checked shirt.
After watching the Rolling Stones in action, Prince Harry’s night was far from over. Instead, the royal left his girlfriend and joined a pals – reportedly the same group who joined him in Las Vegas – to party the night away until 3am.
It’s thought he spend much of the evening in the festival’s exclusive Shangri-La area – known as ‘naughty corner’ – which has room for just 30 people and serves absinthe.
And it seems Glastonbury organiser Michael Eavis was responsible for Prince Harry’s late-night shenanigans.
‘Prince Harry was great actually,’ he told reporters. ‘I recommended that he should go on into the night, because the nightlife is what Glastonbury is all about.
‘At three o’clock in the afternoon, you don’t get it. I told him to get his taxi driver to come back at five o’clock in the morning and do you know what? He lasted until four in the morning.
‘His friends were all having a great time. He didn’t want to make a formal thing of being here.’
During the evening, Prince Harry alaos treated himself to a tipple from Glastonbury’s packed Bar Boulevard.
Bar manager Natalie Newby said of the royal’s visit: ‘We’ve had a few celebs in before but never royalty. We’ll have to get a royal crest for next year.
‘He just blended in with everyone and looked like a normal punter. The person who served him didn’t realise who it was until after he’d left.
‘We treated him as we would any other customer. Some of the staff who did recognise him joked we should ID him – but we didn’t in the end.’
Last week, Prince Harry and girlfriend Cressida Bonas proved they really are just like the rest of us, by taking the train back from a friend’s wedding in Northumberland.
The pair were spotted taking the train from Alnwck, Northumberland together with Prince Harry’s bodyguards, before arriving at King’s Cross in the afternoon.
The sheepish couple, who tried not to notice waiting cameras, were escorted through the station by two Scotland Yard officers, before getting into a waiting Range Rover.
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