Prince Harry celebrated returning safely from a tour of duty in Afghanistan with a big party in London
Prince Harry returned back to the UK last week, and, after a four and half month stint in Afghanistan, he was certainly ready to party. And that he definitely did as he was spotted leaving a bash in Fulham at 10.30am on Sunday.
For his first weekend of freedom, Prince Harry planned a big night, kicking things off with a catch up with his friends on Saturday evening at the Brown Cow pub on Fulham Road.
At around 9pm the group made a pit stop at Sainsbury’s in Fulham Broadway where the royal tried to remain inconspicuous as he kept a baseball cap over his head. But he didn’t fool some eagle-eyed shoppers who took to Twitter to share their royal spot.
Later on in the evening Harry’s police protection team were spied at a house party in the area where according to the MailOnline, a party was in ‘full swing’ with music pumping out ‘into the street.’
On Sunday morning Prince Harry was seen leaving the house party at 10.30am in a baseball cap, low-slung jeans. He made his way to a waiting car, where it’s thought he slept things off at his flat at Kensington Palace.
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