Prince Harry Offered One Million Dollars To Show Off His Royal Jewels For Playgirl
Aug 24, 2012 10:50
In case you haven't heard, Prince Harry is in a lot of trouble after
pics of him cavorting around in Vegas went viral over the weekend. But
while members of the British royal family are upset, at least someone is
willing to pay the price to get Prince William's brother butt naked again.
Harry has been offered by Playgirl magazine six figures
to display his royal in the pages of their fine publication. Here's
what Playgirl publisher Vincent Stevens had to say to E!:
"I think what we all started to decide right away was just how much money the offers would go out for him,"
"There's no way in the world that he would ever consider this but you're
talking about numbers in the six figures right off the bat."
a wild party guy," he says. "He's appealing to a lot of people because,
although he's from the royal family, there's sort of this untamed
nature to him. I think that's something that's really attractive to our
readers and to the general public. He can't be contained by the royal
family. He's just a free spirit."
Obviously, a million dollars is probably chump change for the likes of British royalty. Still, that issue would have probably been sold out in no time.
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