Prince Harry had secret Facebook account for years until pictures of Vegas romp emerged

Members of the British royal family don't have their own social media page but Prince Harry bent the rules and created one under the moniker Spike Wells.

                            Prince Harry had secret Facebook account for years until pictures of Vegas romp emerged

Prince Harry's life changed in many ways after pictures from his wild night in Las Vegas surfaced in August 2012. Grainy pictures of Harry showing off his "crown jewels" made its way to front pages of tabloids and according to various reports, the Queen's grandson had an earful from the monarch and his father, Prince Charles.

A few months later, he joined the army and we've seen a different Harrry since then.

The 33-year-old is living up to the standards expected of each member of the royal family, and Harry's natural charisma has made him a darling in the UK and overseas. However, it took him a long time to get here. First, he had to really let go of everything that the Queen disapproved of.

Prince Harry during an England Rugby training session at Twickenham Stadium on February 16, 2018 in London, England. (Photo by Henry Browne/Getty Images)

According to Daily StarHarry deleted his private Facebook account just after pictures from his infamous party splashed all over the news.

The royal reportedly shared pictures and posts with his friends and operated under the moniker, Spike Wells. We're thinking that Harry, who was christened Henry Charles Albert David, perhaps let his imagination fly when he had to invent a new name for himself.

Prince Harry and Chelsy Davy. Source: Facebook

In any case, Spike's account was filled with pictures of the royal's ex-girlfriend Chelsy Davy. As most will remember, Harry had an on-again-off-again relationship with Chelsy from 2004 until 2011. Chelsey, daughter of a Zimbabwean billionaire, was Harry's date at several royal functions, including Kate and William's wedding. However, their union broke off shortly after. 

 (L-R) Princess Eugenie and Chelsy Davy pose for photographs at the launch of Chelsy Davy's new jewellery range at 'AYA' at Baar and Bass on June 21, 2016 in London, England. (Photo by Ben A. Pruchnie/Getty Images)

Now, he's readying himself to settle down and have a family with American actress Meghan Markle on May 19 at St George's Chapel but we wonder if any of Harry's exes might make it to the guest list?

Since Harry and Chelsy shared a great friendship for many years, she may still make it to the wedding but secret Facebook accounts may never find a place in his squeaky clean royal life anymore. 

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