June 17, 2009
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From the Australian:
FOR Prince Harry, it was intended as an informal lunch with Inge Solheim, his Norwegian friend and an explorer, in Venice on the outskirts of Los Angeles.
Abbot Kinney Boulevard, on which Gjelina, the restaurant, lies, is the kind of edgy location that would appeal to Harry: once the frontline between white surfer dudes to the south and a gang-controlled ghetto known as Ghost Town to the north, it has become gentrified in recent years and counts several celebrities among its residents. British expats call Venice "Camden sur Mer".
The lunch was meant to focus on a charity project close to Harry's heart: helping wounded soldiers to scale Everest, the subject of a television documentary. Instead, it was overshadowed by extra-curricular royal activities of a far more dubious nature.
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My neighbor, who has a great sense of humor, took the actual tame AK photos (image broker to the UK). He'll love that photoshop, thx for posting.
Need to take this thing as it is: a young single man likes getting nekid with young (single I assume) ladies – Oh My, what is the world coming to???? Why is this even news – its not like he was polishing the snooker tables at Windsor castle with a, how do they say it?,,,, "wench".
Grow up Britain!