Prince Harry is bidding goodbye to his playboy days with a bachelor party sure to be wild and boozy!
As the Daily Star in England has reported, Harry, who will marry Meghan Markle on May 19, is set to jet out for a stag bash at a ritzy ski resort in Switzerland.
He will reportedly also host a joint male and female party at a polo match before his wedding to Markle, friends have said.
According to the Star, royal protection officers have already been spotted in Harry's favorite Swiss bar, La Vache in Verbier.
The resort is a royal favorite and Prince Andrew has reportedly made his chalet holiday home in Switzerland available for his nephew Harry and his reveler pals. They can stay there after the festivities!
"I have just seen Harry's advance close-protection team come into La Vache for lunch," a source told the Star. "Quite a few of the staff recognized the Royal Protection Officers who skied with Harry in 2016.
"Once their cover was blown they made a quick exit as a few locals started asking if he was coming."
La Vache is owned by England rugby World Cup winner Lawrence Dallagio, singer James Blunt and superbike champ Carl Fogarty, along with Harry's close pal, restaurateur Rob Sawyer.
The restaurant is known for its menu of burgers, pizzas and goulash.
But that's not all—sources say the prince's close friend Guy Pelly is planning a private party for him at Coco Club, which caters to the young, rich and famous.
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Harry, 33, was known for his party boy ways before he hooked up with former Suits star Markle, 36.
Markle, a native of Los Angeles, is believed to be having her bachelorette party in the U.S.
Later, Markle and her prince will fete all their friends at a unisex bash in the spring that will include a polo match.
"Harry knows the set-up at the polo means any celebrations can be kept fairly private, so it's perfect for him and Meg and all their mates to celebrate together nearer to the wedding," an insider explained to The Star.
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