Prince Harry "cashed the £ 30,000 bill" at a party in Las Vegas



Prince Harry has accumulated £ 30,000 in bills during a trip to Las Vegas where he was photographed naked, but billionaire hotel boss, Steve Wynn, has cleared the slate.

  • Royal expert Katie Nicholl made the statement as part of a program on Royal's expenses
  • She said Steve Wynn gave up the note when Harry went to settle it in 2012.
  • Nicholl also spoke about an evening at a Mayfair bar that the manager gave up.

Leigh Mcmanus for Mailonline

Prince Harry has accumulated a bill of more than £ 30,000 during an infamous stay in a Las Vegas hotel, but never had to pay for it, says a biographer of royalty.

Katie Nicholl, who wrote Harry: Life, Loss, and Love, said the hotel 's billionaire owner, Steve Wynn, had simply given up the bill when the Prince went to fix it.

Appearing in the Channel 5 documentary, Spending Secrets of the Royals, Nicholl claimed that during his stay in 2012 at the Wynn hotel, the prince had made the addition.

She said: "Steve Wynn, the owner of the hotel where Harry was staying, simply cleared the slate."

Prince Harry reacts after trying rum at a street party in Belmopan, Belize March 2, 2012

Prince Harry reacts after trying rum at a street party in Belmopan, Belize March 2, 2012

Prince Harry reacts after trying rum at a street party in Belmopan, Belize March 2, 2012

It's here, where lawsuits can cost more than £ 700 a night, that the Royal was photographed naked on pictures presented to the press.

The royal expert told at another time that Harry had spent a lot of money to charge his bill after another night of celebration.

Harry was this time partying in the glitzy Mayfair district of London when he "racked up a pretty big bar bill" alongside his then-girlfriend, Chelsea Davy, and his friends.

Steve Wynn, the owner of the hotel where Harry was staying (photo), lifted the prince's note

Steve Wynn, the owner of the hotel where Harry was staying (photo), lifted the prince's note

Steve Wynn, the owner of the hotel where Harry was staying (photo), lifted the prince's note

The Prince photographed in 2012, leaving a party at 1:30 am before heading to a Mayfair bar

The Prince photographed in 2012, leaving a party at 1:30 am before heading to a Mayfair bar

The Prince photographed in 2012, leaving a party at 1:30 am before heading to a Mayfair bar

"The bartender called the manager so that he knew exactly what to do about this transaction and the bill was canceled," said Nicholl after revealing that Harry had tried to pay with his credit card. 39, identity of the army.

The amounts accumulated during these two nights of feast pale insignificantly compared to what is probably the largest bill of Prince Harry.

"The wedding of Harry and Meghan cost over 32 million pounds," Nicholl told Channel 5.

Steve Wynn, CEO of Wynn Resorts, reportedly set foot on Prince Harry's huge bill in 2012

Steve Wynn, CEO of Wynn Resorts, reportedly set foot on Prince Harry's huge bill in 2012

Steve Wynn, CEO of Wynn Resorts, reportedly set foot on Prince Harry's huge bill in 2012

Prince Harry at a 2006 party at London's Cuckoo Club

Prince Harry at a 2006 party at London's Cuckoo Club

Prince Harry at a 2006 party at London's Cuckoo Club

As no one was a stranger to alcohol consumption, the alcohol of the wedding alone cost nearly £ 200,000, according to the biographer.

Decomposing the cost of the royal wedding last May, she said: "The majority would have opted for security, which was the biggest expense.

"About £ 286,000 was spent on the evening's restoration, £ 193,000 just for drinking, £ 100,000 extra for the flowers that adorned St George's chapel nicely, then £ 387,000 for Meghan's wedding dress." . "

She added that the total for the marriage was "more than 32 million pounds sterling".

The documentary also reveals that the queen mother has also lived extravagantly during her years at Clarence House, leaving behind an overdraft with a bank of 4 million pounds at Coutss.

Katie Nicholl added that this "was left to the Queen to erase."

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