Did you ever search for any royal’s Facebook handle? If not, then the scope has already been lost at present. To be very particular, I’m speaking about the younger son of Princess Diana! Yes, it actually existed at one point of time.
In fact, when it comes to opening an account by a designated imperial member, the activated security concerns hardly protects one’s privacy. And Prince Harry was barely an exception to conceal his identity. However, his high-profile status would have anyhow accompanied to the public forefront sooner or later.
Spike Wells or Prince Harry?
Recently, his Facebook handle got exposed to the fandom under the pseudonym of Spike Wells with a list of over 400 friends. Indeed, his pals belong from UK’s most affluent and elegant societies. Meanwhile, Harry’s nickname from his friend circle and family happens to be Spike all due to his hairstyle. I guess it was definitely not known to you before.
Mocking the present
The account was active for a span of four years, featuring a number of photographs of him with his ex-girlfriend, Chelsy Davy. The profile declares him to be hailing from Maun, Botswana, a town in which the Prince and Ms Davy paid a visit in 2007.
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Ironically, the royal couple also intends to visit the same destination for spending their first romantic holiday together.
Connecting the clues
On the other hand, it announces his interests as “all sports” who regularly used to change his profile picture. One of them included a shot showing three young men in similar Panama hats. From the band, one had an eerie likeness to Harry.
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Then his former snaps depicted images of a hedgehog, a lemur from Madagascar, and a red-headed kid holding his head with the remark: “Oh my God, I’m ginger”. Feels so cute!
The next hint from the queer account was its alleged friendship with Harry’s companion, Arthur Landon. Indeed, the profile was erased long back in 2012.