Fresh from his breakup to Cressida Bonas, Prince Harry is making a lot of waves in American soil with his brother Prince William when the two attended a lavish wedding at the Memphis Hunt and Polo Club. After the news broke about his split up with his girlfriend for two years, Harry gets a warm welcome from Memphis strip club and was spotted hugging a mysterious brunette when he made a stop in Miami.
"We actually first put up on the sign two days ago when we confirmed they were coming [to town]," says club owner Jerry Westlund in an interview with E! News. "We first put on the sign 'Welcome Prince William and Prince Harry,' but we took Prince William off because in case his wife does come we didn't want to create any marital strife."
"I can't imagine if Prince William and Prince Harry are coming to a wedding that the brothers will be sitting around in their rooms," Westlund added. "If they want to party, they should party with us. There is always room for royalty in the champagne room."
Before flying in Tennessee, the recently singled prince stopped by Miami Beach on Wednesday ahead of the weekend festivities and headed to hot spot Hakkasan inside the Fontainebleu hotel to meet up some friends. After dinner the royal entourage was off to LIV night club where the group occupied a private skybox.
"The fourth-in-line to the throne is flying into Memphis after stopping in Miami Beach on Wednesday night, where he was seen hugging a brunette girl in a nightclub," according to Mail Online.
After painting the city red, the 29-year-old royalty flew to Memphis and joined the Duke of Cambridge to witness Guy Pelly and his fiancée Elizabeth Alleen Wilson as they tie the knot. A close friend of the groom, the princes flew in for three days of partying before the final wedding ceremony.
The three day festivities includes a tour of Elvis Presley estate on Friday, rocking the King of Rock 'n' Roll trademark oversized gold shades. The royals also joined the guests at the Memphis Country Club for the couple's rehearsal dinner in preparation for the Saturday's wedding.