Prince Harry Naked: Playgirl And The Chippendales Want A Piece Of Him (PICTURES)

Now Playgirl And The Chippendales Want A Piece Of Our Naked Prince

There’s probably not a person left on the planet who hasn’t yet seen Prince Harry’s privates, yet if a top shelf women’s magazine and a male stripping troupe have their way, we’ll be seeing them again and again and again.

Playgirl and The Chippendales were so impressed with the crown jewels they want a second look – and they’re prepared to pay big bucks for the privilege.

Playgirl publisher Vincent Stevens told E!: “There’s no way in the world that he would ever consider this, but you’re talking about numbers in the six figures right off the bat.

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“He’s a wild party guy. He’s appealing to a lot of people because, although he’s from the royal family, there’s sort of this untamed nature to him.”

Meanwhile The Chippendales are also trying to recruit the naked prince, with a Las Vegas spokesman telling TMZ: "Chippendales at the Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino are reaching out to the royalty to gauge his interest in being our next guest host.

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Even if the prince refuses legitimate offers to disrobe, oil up and gyrate in public - there could be more leaked nudity on the way. TMZ reports there were "several" girls taking pictures on their mobile phones during the night in question.

Of the pictures already doing the rounds, a friend of Harry's has described the girl who sold them as "despicable".

Arthur Landon, who was on holiday with the prince, told The Daily Telegraph the publication of the pictures had "put a real dampener" on the trip, and that the girl in question had abused his hospitality.

Landon believes the culprit was "one of the bikini-clad girls who attended the party" and insisted the prince's friends were "really careful" not to betray him.

Until now no papers in the UK had used them following a request from St James's Palace, made via the press watchdog, to respect Harry's privacy.

The Rupert Murdoch-owned tabloid said it was carrying the pictures in Friday's edition so the millions of people who get their news in print or have no internet access could "take a full part in that national conversation".

The Sun managing editor David Dinsmore said the paper had "thought long and hard" about whether to use the pictures and said it was an issue of freedom of the press rather than because it was moralising about Harry's actions.

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