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Prince Harry disguises as rastafarian Winston

Harry disguises as a Rastafarian when he wants to travel incognito.

Written by Agencies | London |
August 23, 2009 4:53:35 pm

Prince Harry,who is the third in line to the British throne,disguises himself as a Rastafarian with dreadlocks and a bandana,when he wants to wants to travel incognito.

Latest photographs of the 24-year-old royal show him wearing a rastafarian wig,posing with a group of old men during a holiday in Botswana.

Harry likes the disguise so much that he even has a name for his alter ego and goes by the name Winston.

Although the Prince dresses up in his disguise as a “light-hearted joke”,it is feared some might view it as offensive. After all,it was only four years ago that he came under fire for wearing Nazi uniform for a fancy-dress party.

“When his security guards suggested he wear a disguise to have more of a normal life,they didn’t think he would turn it into a Rasta,but that’s Harry for you. He’s a real joker and he thought this would give his friends a good laugh.He even calls himself Winston when he wears his outfit. It’s just a joke and he would never mean to offend anyone,” said a source close to the prince. He has been spotted in the unlikely choice of outfit on a night out at a warehouse party in East London and,friends say,he regularly wears it to mix in with the public at other clubs and on trips to the shops.

“Whenever he goes out in normal dress,Harry gets swamped by people,like any other 24-year-old he wants to have fun with his friends without being noticed. So,out comes Winston” added the source.

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