Thousands Sign Up To Attend ‘Prince Harry’s Stag Do’ On Facebook

As many as 32,000 Brits claim to be heading to Buckingham Palace for the event.

Prince Harry's stag do.
Prince Harry's stag do. This is going to be epic!

A Facebook event set-up to celebrate Prince Harry’s impending stag do has attracted interest from well over 100,000 people on Facebook.

More than 32,000 Brits have already signed up to attend the event, scheduled to take place on May 10th running through to May 12th 2018, with a further 96,000 stating that they are “interested” in coming along.

That represents one hell of a stag party and the listing certainly sounds like it is going to be one hell of a party.

“Bunga Bunga Prince is getting married! Let’s celebrate with him!” the event page reads.

The Wealdstone Raider.
The Wealdstone Raider. The ideal stag do companion for Harry?

There’s no word on plans for the party or whether antics will involve drinking games, forfeits, being handcuffed to minor footy celeb The Wealdstone raider or whether it will end up being a rather civilised affair held within the confines of a nearby Wetherspoons.

Whatever the case, those behind the plans are very excited.

“Let it be known that marriage unites people… people from every tribe, nation, and meme page… come together… to celebrate love.”

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle
Prince Harry And Meghan Markle Image Getty/Instagram

The page also, rather unusually, includes a quote from TFL Memes, which reads: “The wedding is, unfortunately, not rumoured to be on the Tube. We wish them the best anyway, we suppose.”

Though the event page notes that the “date, time, location, attendees” are to be confirmed, Buckingham Palace is listed as the meeting point, meaning some sort of event could yet be held to commemorate Harry’s move into full-blown adulthood.

The page was set up after Prince Harry announced his engagement to Suits actress Meghan Markle.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle
Royal couple Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. Image Getty

Brits up and down the country were left disappointed, however, when it was confirmed that the Royal wedding would not be made a national holiday, in the way Prince Williams nuptials with Kate Middleton were.

Prince Harry’s Stag Do may just have to fill the void. You can sign up to attend here.

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