Mon, November 18, 2013

Prince Harry 'too old' to party

Royal pays a visit to Canada House

By QMI Agency


Prince Harry visits Canada House
 

LONDON - Don't ask England's premier party prince where the best place to unwind in London may be.

While dropping into Canada House here on Thursday, Prince Harry -- who has a history of making headlines out of late-night antics -- said his wild days are a thing of the past.

He chatted with Canadian Michael Tayler about the Olympics, and when the slalom kayaker asked the Prince where was a good place to go out at night in London, helicopter pilot Harry reportedly said: "I don't go out anymore. I'm too old, I'm too old."

That's good news for Buckingham Palace, as Harry is a well-known lady's man and has partied around the world.

He's been recently linked with Cressida Bonas, a 23-year-old model and would-be actress, and is said to be consistent in a type -- long-legged blondes.

Canadian men's eight rower Malcolm Howard allowed the Prince to hold his silver medal, telling Harry: "There you go. It's heavy, eh."

Canada House is located in prime real estate in London, sitting overlooking Trafalgar Square.

More than 100 officials were on hand for the visit that was rumoured for a day.

Where the Prince would go later in the night is a better-kept secret.