Prince Harry was busy twerking as the Duke of Cambridge was singing to the crowds. Yes, this is definitely one party we wish we had been invited to!
The pair were partying at the Memphis Hunt and Polo Club as they celebrated the wedding of their close friend Guy Pelly in Memphis. Pelly married hotel heiress Elizabeth Wilson yesterday.
Word on the street has it that Harry was showing off his dance moves as he "twerked" with onlookers describing it as a "wild and crazy night", according to The Telegraph.
The newspaperdescribes Prince William as the "life and soul of the party", with people crowd surfing as he took hold of the microphone for a little sing-song.
Jimmy Church, singer with the Jimmy Church Band who played during the reception, told the Telegraph: "The whole thing was unreal man. William came up on stage in his coat, and me and him were going back and forth doing 'Shout' and then he did it on his own.
"I was getting down, he was getting down. It was wild man. He was great, he just got the music.
"They were holding people up in the air and passing them around like they were flying. I've been doing this 50 years and I ain't ever seen anything like this. These guys know how to party.
"Harry was dancing and having fun, dancing with lots of people. There were lots of girls around him but I didn't see that he was with anyone. He was actually a little more conservative than William."
Church said the Duke put in a request for 'Soul Man', and the band finished off with 'Don't Stop Believing' just after 1am. But apparently the party didn't stop there because the Princes joined their cousin Princess Eugenie and friend Tom Inskip at a bar in the Peabody Hotel until gone 3am.
So, just to get you back up to speed... Harry went to Memphis solo after splitting with his girlfriend of two-years Cressida Bonas. Boo.
But there was reports that Harry had been bombarding Cressy with lots of text messages in hopes they would rekindle their love.
Sounds like the Princes have had a great trip, and it all started with locals chanting and cheering over their arrival in Memphis.
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