Prince Harry had a bizarre naked run-in with England's winning Rugby World Cup team.
In previously unseen clips from an appearance on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, the Duke of Sussex admitted he once begged all of the players, including future cousin-in-law Mike Tindall, for autographs.
"At the  World Cup final after a few drinks wearing an England rugby top, I was going 'Jonny, Jonny, Mike, Mike, Lawrence come on sign my shirt'," Harry confessed, referring to Jonny Wilkinson, Lawrence Dallaglio, and Tindall, who married Harry's cousin Zara Phillips in 2011.
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He added: "And they’re all there standing naked with their willies hanging out but I got all 15 signatures and was really happy with that."
Colbert joked: "They signed it with pens, yes?"
The England team had just won the World Cup in Sydney after beating Australia when the hilarious encounter occurred.
It was around the same time that Tindall met his future wife Zara, who he now shares three children with.
Tindall, who once got on well with Harry before relations between the pair turned frosty, joked in the past with royal expert Richard Eden that he and members of the rugby team attempted to "throw a few punches" that night to see how long it would take Harry's bodyguards to intervene.
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"A few seconds, it turned out," Eden said.
Tindall then added that members of the royal family also want to swing a few at the estranged prince, who stepped down from royal duties in 2020.
"At Balmoral, the family are now having the same conversation," Mike jibed.
"Except the Queen has taken his security away."
And that's not the only time Tindall has taunted the Prince – the ex-rugby pro reportedly dubbed his ex-royal relative a "b***end" during the Queen's Platinum Jubilee celebrations.
A source reportedly overheard sportsman criticise the Duke of Sussex's behaviour to a fellow guest at a reception after the Platinum Party concert at Buckingham Palace, part of the celebrations marking the late Queen Elizabeth II's 70 years on the throne.
Tindall said of the event on The Good, The Bad, and The Rugby podcast: “It was at the concert where there was a bit more of a chat together because we went in and had a drink with everyone after.
“I think the committee that put it together did an incredible job.”
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