The Glastonbury Festival is best known as the place where Kate Moss and other posh British celebrities slosh around in the mud and reacquaint themselves with their grunge roots. But this year's festival had an extra-exciting guest: Prince Harry "slipped in unnoticed," according to the Daily Mail, whose very reliable source (77-year-old festival organizer Michael Eavis, who resembles a friendly garden gnome) invited the young royal to the festival's "wild hardcore dance club," an establishment (i.e. dirty tent) called the Rabbit Hole.
Harry, whose previous nightclub antics include a swimming race against Ryan Lochte in a Vegas pool (ew) and a not-so-private game of strip billiards (amazing), stayed out until 4 a.m. but managed not to do anything unseemly, at least not that anyone noticed. Part of this may have had to do with the presence of his purported girlfriend, Cressida Bonas, who was seen wearing baggy overalls to procure fried food earlier that day.
A "witness" told British tabloid the Sun that Harry "was dancing in a grey trilby and a white T-shirt, with two security guards close by. They just let him get on with it." Also nearby: Kate Moss, who was in a separate area of the VIP "teepee." Meanwhile, Kate Middleton was sleeping peacefully at her parents' house, dreaming of herringbone brown cribs.