Now a dad of two, devoted husband to Meghan Markle, and climate activist, 37-year-old Prince Harry has somewhat escaped the “bad boy” reputation he gained in his youth.
But back in the day, The Duke of Sussex was known to sink pints in South London with his school pals.
But where were his favourite watering holes?
Nowadays, he’s more likely to be found in sophisticated joints at Soho farmhouse. After all, his friend Markus Anderson, the man who introduced him to Meghan, looks after membership for Soho House.
The key to drinking like a Royal, it seems, is to always know the owner.
Back in the day, Harry was most often seen at Bunga Bunga in Battersea. The was founded by fellow Etonian Charlie Gilkes.
The bar on Battersea Bridge Road, get its name ‘Bunga Bunga’ named after the alleged sex parties attended by ex-Italian premier Silvio Berlusconi.
The bar describes itself as “a one-stop party shop with karaoke every day in Battersea…It’s is a tongue-in-cheek Italian bar and pizzeria, featuring karaoke, weekend brunch, and signature metre-long pizzas. There is no better place to dance until the early hours of the morning every Friday and Saturday”
Prince Harry might have had the pizza, but probably…