PRINCE Harry will throw a wild stag do at a posh ski resort in the Swiss alps, it has been reported.
A local is believed to have seen his “team” checking out an upmarket eatery in the resort ahead of the alleged bash.
“I have just seen Harry’s advance close-protection team come into La Vache for lunch,” a source in Verbier told Daily Star Sunday.
They added that the former soldier’s entourage were “clearly on a recce” at Harry’s favourite restaurant.
Prince Andrew is also said to have made his holiday home, the £13million Chalet Helora, available to the prince and his friends.
La Vache – partly owned by ex-England rugby star Laurence Dallagio and singer James Blunt – has only a three star rating on TripAdvisor.
That being said, Michelin-starred chef Heston Blumenthal was involved in designing the menu of burgers and pizzas.
They will also be visiting the exclusive Coco Club, dubbed the home of the “young, rich and famous” in Verbier.
The Star reported that Harry and Meghan will also be throwing a separate, joint stag and and hen do at a polo match.
It has recently emerged that anti-monarchy protesters may dress up as the homeless and swarm Windsor on the day of Prince Harry and Markle’s wedding.
That came after Windsor and Maidenhead council leader Simon Dudley warned beggars could present the town in a “sadly unfavourable light” during the wedding.
However this has now been seized on by protesters, with more than 1,000 on Facebook saying that they will attend an event on the day in solidarity with the homeless.
One of the events, organised by left-wing blogger Peter Mills, asked those attending to “dress up as ‘homeless’ and line the royal wedding route”.
The Daily Mail reports that one supporter posted: “F*** the Royals”. Another wrote: “I will bring my guillotine.”
When confronted about others posts he had made about the Queen – one calling her a “leech” – Mr Mills said they “just demonstrate the passion I feel about helping the vulnerable and highlighting the wealth disparity”.
Another group looking to hijack the day in Windsor is run by Kunal Singhal, who urged attendees on the day to dress down in solidarity with the homeless.
George Barda, another organiser, was approached by reporters to discuss his views. However after opening the door wearing just his underwear, he said he could not talk because he was meditating.
He later said: “Homelessness is a terrible scourge and drawing attention to it is important.”
After calling on the police to remove rough sleepers ahead of the wedding, the council leader has since apologised.
Mr Dudley told The Andrew Peach Show on BBC Radio Berkshire: “I would like to apologise if I was not clear enough in my communication that this was an issue about anti-social behaviour.
“If that message failed to get across the responsibility for that is firmly with me.”