Carrie Reichert may not have taken those incriminating photos of Prince Harry, but selling her story about meeting the spare in Vegas was a dumb idea. The British-born, San Diego-based beautician spoke exclusively to The People about being selected to party with Harry, as well as her 15-20 smooch with him in a bedroom (don’t worry, there was a bikini underneath that dress she took off).
Reichert claimed she and Harry bonded over Britain and the armed forces (her father, a US serviceman, was based in England for the first seven years of the blond’s life).
He said that he liked my eyes and was just going on and on about the military. He didn’t make too much sense. Then he grabbed my hand and we went back to his room.
There was not very much talking at that time, his clothes were off. I had a bikini on. A string bikini. I had a party dress over that, and that came off. And I just had a bikini.
We kissed for 15 to 20 minutes. I am sure somebody stumbled in as there were people going in and out of rooms all the time. We kissed again and he said ‘That was great’.
He told me I was beautiful and gorgeous, which was sweet. Then we kind of nonchalantly returned to the party and kept drinking. We went back into the living area and I assumed people knew but everyone acted like nothing happened.
Reichart’s ex-husband, Paul was as amused as the rest of us after reading the article.
“It’s sad,” he told Celebuzz. I’m sure she did it to make a few bucks. This probably explains why I haven’t been able to reach her.”
What’s more, the ex-Mrs. lied about her age.
“She’s definitely not 32,” Reichart said. Celebuzz discovered, via online records, that Carrie is actually 40.
Harry attended the WellChild Awards last night, his first appearance since the naked photos surfaced. The royal handled questions about his infamous holiday like a champ, most of which came from children.
Today, he attended day 6 of the London 2012 Paralympic Games at the Aquatics Centre in London, posing for photos with athletes and chatting with fellow fans.
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