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Prince Harry jokes with man in drag: ‘Don’t chat me up – it’s weird’

Alexis Holt December 4, 2014

PRESTON, UNITED KINGDOM - OCTOBER 23: Prince Harry during a visit to Myplace at Brockholes Nature Reserve, a project which aims to empower young people by encouraging them to take action in environmental activities on October 23, 2017 in Preston, England. (Photo by Chris Jackson - WPA Pool/Getty Images)

Among other photocalls at a charity event, Prince Harry appeared this week alongside a man in drag, who he told: “Don’t try to chat me up, that’s really weird.”

The event in question was an ICAP charity day. The City trading firm opened its doors to celebrities in order to raise money for charity.

When approached by broker Rupert Summers, who was wearing blonde pigtails and a milkmaid dress, Prince Harry first made a grabbing motion towards his chest, before joking that he shouldn’t “try to chat [him] up.”

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The charity day raised £9.5 million for charities, and was attended by Dame Helen Mirren, Simon Cowell, Cheryl Ferndandez-Versini, Damien Lewis and Jamie Oliver.

The 30-year-old prince revealed his “biggest secrets” on Monday for World AIDS Day, in support of a charity.

He previously said he might date a man if he “changes his mind” about women.

More: brokering, cheryl fernandez-versini, city, Damian Lewis, drag queen, icap, jamie oliver, London, prince harry, Simon Cowell, trading

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