‘Just men and women chatting over drinks.’That night, they started drinking tequila shots at the hotel’s Parasol Bar.
They dined at the hotel’s most expensive restaurant, the SW Steakhouse, named after the complex’s owner Steve Wynn, who reportedly picked up the £50,000 bill for their visit.
’ Another picture posted by Landon appeared to show Prince Harry passed out in the sand next to a caption: ‘The perfect start.’ Mr Landon has strongly refuted suggestions that it was one of the Prince’s friends who leaked the damaging Las Vegas pictures.
She was with her boyfriend, Casper Smart, 25, and family and friends.
She was in her area, doing her own thing, and Harry was in his. It wasn’t like either of them asked for the other’s autograph.’He reportedly did it against the wishes of the Royal Family because he wanted to send a warning shot to Lord Justice Leveson, the man leading the inquiry into press standards in the wake of the phone hacking scandal.
He also said last week: ‘I obviously think it is really despicable that someone would accept Prince Harry’s hospitality and then take these pictures.
I know it has put a real dampener on everybody who was on that holiday.’It is not the first time Harry’s private life has ended up in the papers because of Facebook.
The officer had posted a series of pictures of himself with Harry, whom he refers to in captions as Spike.
With the fall-out from the Las Vegas frolics showing no signs of abating, some of Harry’s friends, who were reported to be on the trip, began to publicly distance themselves from the holiday yesterday.
In 2009, his then girlfriend Chelsy Davy changed her Facebook status to ‘not in a relationship’ confirming she and the Prince had separated.
Prince William was also a fan of the site on which he posed as ‘Wills Wombat Wales’ but he closed the account after it was revealed he was using a pseudonym.
She said he paid her a lot of attention but there was nothing personal between them.’Wet Republic is part of a chain of 15 nightclubs operated by the British-born ‘king of Las Vegas nightlife’, Neil Moffitt.