Prince Harry had a wild Las Vegas romp earlier this week. The third-in-line to the U.K. throne jumped into a pool to race Olympic gold medalist Ryan Lochte. When he's not taking a royal dip, the Prince played a game of strip billiards with some female guests in his VIP hotel suite.
In a New York Daily News video capturing the swim race, a shirtless Harry jumped into the XS Nightclub pool of Wynn hotel with his jeans on. Ryan, who wore a white t-shirt, counted to three with his hand before they raced in the breaststroke race while some bikini babes looked on.
Ryan won the friendly race, which took place at around 3 A.M., and threw his arms in the air before hugging Harry. According to Associated Press, the two friends had a re-match, and the Prince won it after another friend allegedly grabbed the U.S. swimmer's legs mid-race.
Harry had another friendly game behind the closed door of his suite during his stay in the Sin City. This time around, the Prince turned from fully dressed to buck naked. The younger brother of Prince William reportedly invited some female guests to the room and played a game of strip pool.
In one of the pictures obtained by TMZ, a fully-naked Harry was standing in the middle of the room and cupping his private parts while a woman, who seemed to be naked as well, was behind him. Another photo showed him hugging a woman from behind. Both were nude like the other picture.
Ryan's trip to Vegas was a combination of his Olympic win and belated 28th birthday celebrations. He was joined fellow athletes Cullen Jones and Conor Dwyer at the Azure at the Palazzo. He also partied at both Tao and Lavo on consecutive nights with his pals.
Prince Harry, meanwhile, stopped by the Sin City after hosting a charity event in San Diego. Before hitting the Wynn hotel for a late-night swim race, he attended MGM Grand's Wet Republic pool party hosted by Jennifer Lopez. He wore red swim trunks and a fedora for the bash.
A representative for the Royal Family declined to give comment on Harry's nude photos. "We have no comment to make on the photos at this time," the rep told TMZ.