Prince Harry Laughs at Kate Middleton's Bare Bum Scandal, Reports

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By Sonalee singh | June 3, 2014 5:59 PM EST

Prince Harry is reported to have made fun of Kate Middleton's bare bum scandal. According to Celebrity Laundry reports, Prince Harry was seen having a conversation with an unknown girl at weekend's pool charity match and in an interesting turn of events as per the Web site, the girl's skirt blew up in the wind; similar to Kate Middleton's scandal.

After girl's skirt blew in the air, Harry reportedly made fun of Middleton's scandal and even compared the two, said Web site.

Middleton is reported to have hired a "butt bodyguard" to her security team to avoid such controversial pictures from being taken. Middleton was snapped in an embarrassing pose when she got down from a helicopter during the Australian-New Zealand tour. The pictures went rampant in Australian and German Newspaper.

"Kate will now be watched all the time. We can't afford any more embarrassing photos like this. The poor girl was snapped topless in France while on holiday and now someone has got a photo of her bottom. She needs more protection to spare her blushes," a source has revealed to Daily Star (via Entertainmentwise).

Meanwhile apart from bare butt scandal, Middleton is also being rumoured to be pregnant with twin daughters.

"Kate has always wanted a daughter, and she's talked about it so much that William did too," a source reportedly said. "Kate's upbringing with Pippa Middleton was idyllic and she always wanted to have girls of her own to carry on the legacy of strong, happy women. Plus, she thinks George having sisters will be tremendously good for his character," Gossip Web site Classicalite quoted a source from  OK! Magazine.

However, Middleton dispelled the pregnancy rumours by tasting Scottish whiskey during her visit to Scotland's Glenturret distillery, reported E!.

The Duchess of Cambridge is understood to have tasted The Snow Grouse, The Naked Grouse and The Black Grouse Alpha.

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