Britain's Prince Harry and Peter Phillips react as Britain's Chris Hoy wins the gold medal for the men's keirin at the Velodrome during the London 2012 Olympic Games
The latest exploits of Prince Harry has probably led to Queen Elizabeth II thinking of damage control.
It appears the partying from the Olympic Village at the 2012 London Summer Olympics didn't end there as Olympian Ryan Lochte was seen partying in Las Vegas, with Harry on hand.
Images circulated of Harry swimming with Lochte and girls in Vegas, and a reported swimming competition between the two men occurred. However, it's the events of that night that are capturing everyone's attention: Prince Harry in the nude.
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TMZ showcased images of the prince wearing nothing but a gold necklace with another naked female woman on his side. According to TMZ, Harry was partying with friends and guests in his VIP suite and images of the nude prince may have happened during a game of billiards.
The event of that Las Vegas night is not the first time Harry was having a wild night. Back in 2002, it was reported that Harry revealed he had smoked cannabis and drank alcohol when he was still a minor. His father, Prince Charles, ordered Harry to visit the Featherstone Lodge, a drug rehabilitation clinic, for day and meet with other patients.
Another infamous incident was when Harry attended a costume party wearing a swastika armband in December 2004. Harry, then 20-years-old, had tabloids headlining the case as "Harry the Nazi."
The Royal Family was quick to offer a statement regarding the costume, stating, "Prince Harry has apologized for any offense or embarrassment he has caused. He realizes it was a poor choice of costume."
Prince Harry caused further offense in a video released in 2009. The footage showed the prince nicknaming fellow Army friends with words that would be deemed racist, or derogatory. Words used in the video include "raghead" and "our little Paki friend."
A spokesperson for the Royal Family said, "Prince Harry fully understands how offensive this term can be, and is extremely sorry for any offence his words might cause. However, on this occasion...Prince Harry used the term without any malice and as a nickname about a highly popular member of his platoon. There is no question that Prince Harry was in any way seeking to insult his friend."
This incident even led then-Member of Parliament and now Prime Minister of the United Kingdom to say, "It is obviously a completely unacceptable thing to say, and it's right that he's apologized. In the great institutions, whether it's the Army or political parties, we have had to root out attitudes - and that has to go right across the institutions, it's very important."
For the latest Las Vegas fun, a spokesperson for the Royal Family told TMZ, "We have no comment to make on the photos at this time."