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Tuesday 23 September 2014

Police stop Prince Harry on motorbike with mystery blonde

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Prince Harry has been pulled over on his motorbike with a mysterious blonde on board.

An officer was left red faced after stopping the third in line to the thrown while he was driving across Putney Bridge in south west London, in an incident understood to have taken place at least six months ago.

The 27-year-old Prince was taking the pretty and still unidentified girl for a romantic picnic under the stars when traffic police stopped him, and asked him to take his helmet off, even though he had done nothing wrong, reported The Sun.

When he said he would rather not, his minders stepped in, prompting the officer to apologise.

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