Prince Harry’s ‘Handlers’ Allegedly In Trouble With The Royal Family

Prince Harry’s “handlers” and security team are allegedly in trouble with the Royal Family for not monitoring his Las Vegas antics far more closely. TMZ reports the Royal Family became furious when a nude photo of Prince Harry was published on the internet. Prince Harry naked in Vegas is not exactly going over well with the British Army either, as previously noted on The Inquisitr.

Nude photos of Prince Harry, 27, were reportedly snapped during his Las Vegas trip by some young women who had accompanied the Royal and his pals back to a VIP suite at the Encore. TMZ also notes that Prince Harry and the group of revelers were enjoying a night out in Vegas together before the nude photos were captured by a cell phone camera. Radar Online reports the “Party Prince” is also blaming his bodyguards and handlers for not confiscating cell phones.

The Royal Family’s anger allegedly stems from a lack of due diligence by Prince Harry’s handlers and security team. The young women enjoying the company of Prince Harry and his friends were not asked to turn over their cell phones upon entering the Las Vegas suit, which is reportedly standard protocol. Radar Online reports the Royal Family has banned the publication of a naked Prince Harry photos from running in UK tabloids.

As the night of fun continued on, several of Prince Harry’s female companions reportedly began snapping pics of the Royal from their cell phones. According to TMZ, one of Prince Harry’s handlers simply said, “aww, come on – no photos,” but did not confiscate the cell phones or erase the images of Prince Harry partying and in some stage of dress which the Royal Family would likely not consider proper for public viewing.

Prince Harry naked in photos is something which could have been avoided if the Royal’s handlers and security team had not been “asleep at the wheel” and enjoying the party a little bit too much themselves, a source told TMZ. Prince Harry was allegedly playing a game of naked pool when the photos which raised the ire of the Royal Family were taken.