Strictly Come Dancing judge thinks Prince Harry would be perfect contestant

07:10 25 October 2012

Prince Harry, pictured dancing with Chantol Dorner during a visit to the Rise Life charity project, in Jamaica, as part of a Diamond Jubilee tour. Photo credit: John Stilwell/PA wire

Prince Harry, pictured dancing with Chantol Dorner during a visit to the Rise Life charity project, in Jamaica, as part of a Diamond Jubilee tour. Photo credit: John Stilwell/PA wire

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Craig Revel Horwood wants Britain’s Prince Harry to star on ‘Strictly Come Dancing’.

The flamboyant judge thinks the cheeky royal would be perfect for the ITV1 ballroom dancing competition after his naked Las Vegas escapades this summer, but would also settle for the Duchess of Cornwall, Camilla.

Craig said: “I’m dining at Buckingham Palace with Charles and Camilla this month. Camilla loves ‘Strictly’, but Charles isn’t so keen.

“I’d love her to be on the show, but I’d love her to be on the show, bur I’d love Prince Harry even more. Let’s face it, he’s no stranger to getting his kit off.”

The royal family love nothing more than watching the show together on a Saturday and have backed Girls Aloud star Kimberley Walsh to win this year’s series.

The singer recently tweeted: “Afternoon tea with the Duchess of Cornwall at Clarence House, then off to my first dance lesson (sic)!”

She later added: “Ooh Charles was there too! Camilla said she’ll vote for me on ‘Strictly’! Ha (sic)!”

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