Alan Carr has met scores of celebrities in his lifetime, some of which he has on speed dial, and it seems the comedian can now add royalty to his list of famous friends. Alan revealed that he spent one night partying with Prince Harry and it ended with the pair rolling around on the floor.
During an appearance on Lorraine, Alan said he would love to have the Queen's grandson as a guest on his Chatty Man show.
"He would be a right laugh," said Alan. "I met him once in a nightclub. He came over to me and said in a posh voice, 'Where's your glasses?'"
"We started dancing together, we were on the floor, rolling," said Alan Carr
"I just saw this ginger thing, like a fox, run across my shoe," he said. "We started dancing together and got carried away. I pulled his tie. We were on the floor, rolling."
"His security is rubbish though," Alan joked. "I wasn't even tasered."
Prince Harry, 31, is one of the nation's most eligible bachelors
The 31-year-old royal is known for his love of clubbing, and as the nation's most eligible bachelor, it's no wonder that Harry is often linked to a string of different women. Earlier this month his rumoured love interest Juliette Labelle had to deny a romance with the Prince.
"I don't know Prince Harry," Juliette, a fashion PR assistant from Los Angeles, clarified to The Sun. Sources had previously told the newspaper that the pair had enjoyed hanging out together over the New Year.
"She's blonde, cool and well-connected," they said. "She's also fun, confident and doesn't mind showing off how sexy she is. And she has that boho free spirit he likes."
"There's a lot of things to get done before settling down," the Prince recently said
While royal watchers are hoping that Harry will find love again, the sporty royal has said that he is perfectly happy not having a girlfriend.
When asked whether he was "any closer" to settling down, Harry told ITV News: "No, you know, at the end of the day, there's a lot of things to get done before settling down. I think everyone looks forward to settling down, but in the meantime, it's work as usual. So crack on."