He was "ripping my t-shirt off, f------ snogging and kissing me," TV presenter Paddy McGuiness spilled on the "Restless Natives" podcast.
The Top Gear host then shared how the fiery-haired prince "ripped a photo of the Queen off the wall and said, 'I can’t have her watching me doing this.'" He also shared how this was an "underground" club in the Chelsea area of London where there was "all sorts going on" due to the anonymity of the location. The venue in question had a "secret door" only for the famous, which was surrounded by security cameras to ensure privacy.
"I get a tap on the shoulder, and it's Prince Harry… I thought that's bonkers. He kept appearing and disappearing," the Phoenix Nights star continued, before describing how the royal started kissing him. "I was talking to one of the security lads at the end" and asked them, 'What’s going to go on here?'"
"They'll [the video taken on the security cameras] never see the light of day. This is one of the clubs where the royals go, and they can let off steam," a police officer replied to McGuiness.
Between 2010-2016, the Duke of Sussex was mostly single following his breakup from Chelsy Davy and the start of his relationship with Meghan Markle. The rebel prince would go on to become engaged to the Suits star in late 2017 before their popular wedding at St George's Chapel on the grounds of Windsor Castle in May 2018.
This revelation follows Harry's frequent mentioning of Davy in his June High Court appearance, which made headlines due to his barely mentioning his current wife. The Montecito twosome are also in the news thanks to a leading Hollywood publication naming them as two of the year's "biggest losers" in the celebrity world.
"In 2020, the royal duo fled a life of ceremonial public service to cash in their celebrity status in the States. But after a whiny Netflix documentary, a whiny biography (Spare — even the title is a pouty gripe), and an inert podcast, the Harry and Meghan brand swelled into a sanctimonious bubble just begging to be popped — and South Park was the pin. The show’s 20-minute 'World-Wide Privacy Tour' takedown in March was savage, and was followed by Spotify dropping (Meghan’s podcast) 'Archetypes,' with a top executive labeling the duo 'grifters,'" The Hollywood Reporter said of the couple.
Daily Express reported on McGuiness' comments.