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Advice to Memphians: 'Do not approach princes, do not take pictures'

Royal Watch is heating up in Memphis as we await the arrival of Prince William and Prince Harry. Royal Watch is heating up in Memphis as we await the arrival of Prince William and Prince Harry.
The Daily Mail online says they have a picture of Harry in the nightclub's VIP section, rather close to a brunette female. The Daily Mail online says they have a picture of Harry in the nightclub's VIP section, rather close to a brunette female.

(WMC) - Royal Watch is heating up in Memphis.

Prince William and Prince Harry are expected to be in town for the wedding of friend Guy Pelly to Memphian Lizzy Wilson. Glen Thomas with Memphis International confirms the airport has been contacted by the Royal Guard but asked not to release any details.

An invitation reveals a dinner will be held at the Rendezvous in honor of the bride in the coming days.

Prince Harry quietly went out on the city Wednesday night in Miami, but he didn't get past a Miami Herald gossip columnist.

He ate at Hakkasan. Then partied at Liv. It was at dinner that columnist Leslie Abravanel saw him.

"I was actually tipped off by a very secret inside source a few days ago. I knew this was going to happen. I was sworn to secrecy," said Abravanel.

She was told where to be and when and to keep a low profile.

"He walked in with this sort of entourage, you know, about seven or eight friends, I think, and I saw the back of his head at first. You can't miss that head. That red hair," she said.

Abravanel snapped two pictures but a security guard made her delete them. From dinner the royal entourage went out on the town. The Daily Mail online says they have a picture of Harry in the nightclub's VIP section, rather close to a brunette female.

Abravanel has this advice for Memphians regarding Prince Harry and Prince Williams, "Do not approach him. Do not take pictures, you know just observe from afar."

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