Prince Harry plans royal wedding after party


Prince Harry gives a speech at the Friends of the Forces Awards at the Liberal Club on July 13, 2010, in London, England.


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Prince Harry is heavily involved in planning a major after party to celebrate the wedding of his brother, Prince William, and Kate Middleton, the Daily Mail reports.

Three rooms in Buckingham Palace will be turned into a nightclub after the wedding, and the younger prince has organized for a DJ and super late night (slash early morning) feast for friends who party long and hard, it states.

"Although the bride and groom may not manage to stay up – they are leaving for their honeymoon the next morning – Harry, known for his partying stamina at nightclubs Raffles and Boujis, hopes many of their friends will be dancing until dawn," the article states.

The younger prince has reportedly teamed up with his close friend Guy Pelly to throw the party.

Harry, 26, is also the best man at the wedding and is expected to deliver a speech.

In other Prince Harry and royal wedding related news, People reports that the prince appears to be back together with long-time girlfriend Chelsy Davy, and she has reportedly been invited to the wedding.

The Prince William and Kate Middleton wedding will be April 29 at Westminster Abbey.

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