TV personality Paddy McGuiness has revealed that he enjoyed a boozy night out with Prince Harry and their pay kissed – before enjoying a topless dance-off.
The comedian claims the crazy antics took place after a Soccer Aid party in June 2016.
Weeks before Harry met Meghan Markle, Paddy claims he kissed the royal, possibly making himself the last person the prince kissed before getting together with his future wife.
Paddy revealed all in his new autobiography, My Lifey which was published yesterday.
According to the Top Gear host, the prince was desperate to visit the island of Fernando's which is a fictional holiday destination for couples on his ITV dating show Take Me Out.
He said: "To say we were dancing close was an understatement — our chests were touching. He asked me again if I could send him to Fernando’s.
“He then proceeded to take my shirt off. So now I’m topless, a bottle of beer in each hand, dancing with Prince Harry.”
The booze-up was arranged by comedian Jack Whitehall at Jak's nightclub in Chelsea, West London.
The pair were joined by celebrities and ex-pro footballers ahead of the charity football match England versus Rest of the World taking place at Old Trafford the next day.
After the pair had faced each other in the dance-off, Paddy recalled Harry disappearing.
He quickly return though offering out Jagerbombs as he started another dance-off with the Take Me Out presenter.
Paddy continued: "We finished dancing and while everyone was cheering, we embraced and he gave me a smacker on the lips.”
One Directions Louis Tomlinson and Niall Horan plus former Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher were among the stars partying at the club.
Soon after the kiss, Paddy recalled the prince leaving immediately leaving everyone open-mouthed and shocked but agreeing that Harry was an "absolute legend."
The next day, Paddy said the royal asked him how his head was and texted Jack to thank everyone for a great night.
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