Harry was rumoured to have secret account
Prince Harry has apparently deleted the Facebook account he held under a fake name following his naked pictures scandal.
Harry, 27, has reportedly been a member of the social networking site for around 4 years under the pseudonym Spike Wells but has been advised to close the page.
The account was never confirmed to be the Prince’s but the mysterious user had high-privacy settings and their 400 friends included some of Harry’s close pals.
Snaps posted to the page ensured that faces were obscured, though a couple photographed in one pic apparently bore a strong resemblance to Harry and ex-girlfriend Chelsy Davy.
But Spike‘, which is said to be Harry’s nickname, closed the account after naked shots of the young royal were posted on a US website following his wild holiday in Las Vegas.
Because of all the Vegas drama he’s frozen his account,’ reveals a source.
No more Facebook for Harry for a while. He’ll probably come back online in the future, but, for now, he’s been advised to go offline.
It’s best that he keeps a low profile for the moment.’
Harry’s now back in the UK and will shortly resume his military duties. But first he’s got to face Head of the Army General Sir Peter Wall in a formal interview about the scandal.
This is pretty serious,’ a military source tells Us Weekly.
General Wall is a tough guy to make excuses to. He won’t let Harry get away with just a light ticking off.’
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