Naked Harry kissed party girl for 15 to 20 minutes
London: A blonde girl, who partied out with Prince Harry in Las Vegas, has claimed that she spent 15-20 minutes kissing the naked royal in his hotel bedroom.
British-born Carrie Reichert reportedly had been handpicked with nine other girls to join Harry in his penthouse suite, but soon the royal heart-throb led her away, so that they could be together.
“We kissed, he was naked at the time, and pretty open. It was a drunken fumble. It wasn’t romantic, just fun,” the Mirror quoted Reichert as saying.
“He was a gentleman, but he was so wasted. The alcohol affected him. I was there for 15 to 20 minutes,” she said.
The 32-year-old beautician is the only one to have come forward to share her side of story of what happened on the now-infamous night when Harry, 27, was caught on camera frolicking naked with a girl after a game of “strip billiards”.
Reichert said that she took off her dress to reveal her bikini and kissed him.
“We both walked back together, and he grabbed my hand and walked back toward his bedroom. I found my way back there with him,” she said.
They then did, what she described, as a “drunken fumble”.
“We kissed for 15 to 20 minutes. I am sure somebody stumbled in as there were people going in and out of rooms all the time. We kissed again and he said ‘That was great`,” Reichert revealed.
“He told me I was beautiful and gorgeous, which was sweet. Then we kind of nonchalantly returned to the party and kept drinking. We went back into the living area and I assumed people knew but everyone acted like nothing happened.”
“A little bit after some girls passed out on seats, and I felt I needed to go back to my room so I did,” she added.
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