Forget the Pippa Middleton hook-up jokes: Prince Harry and Chelsy Davy are definitely still on!
In the wee hours of Saturday morning -- after the official Buckingham Palace evening reception wrapped up -- Prince William's little bro (and Man of Honor) made sure the revelry continued at the Goring Hotel.
And according to a source, Harry, 26, and Davy, 25, were definitely inspired by William and Catherine's fairy-tale-romantic day. "You could tell they were an item," the Goring hotel source says. "They were acting like a couple and kissed in front of everyone."
The couple (who've been dating on-and-off since 2004) were even spotted leaving the hotel together around 6 a.m., the insider says.
The early-morning revelry (a Goring source noted the bar ran out of Kroneberg beer!) capped off an incredible several days for Harry, whose love of fun never got in the way of his Man of Honor duties. In fact, according to a wedding guest, it was the "spare heir" who decorated the Aston-Martin in which William, 28, and Catherine, 29, drove following the Queen's mid-day Friday luncheon at the Palace.
"After the [luncheon] speeches, all the guests went out into the garden," the guest says, and "Prince Harry [had] finished up decorating [the car] with ribbons and stickers and things."
The entire royal family (including Queen Elizabeth, Prince Andrew, Prince Edward, Prince Charles, Duchess Camilla) and the Middleton clan watched as the royal couple boarded the tricked-out sports car. "There was a huge whoop and a round of applause and hollering as they drove off," the guest adds -- even the Queen herself cheered!
Another insider notes that Harry was "determined to put on an amazing party for his brother," and spent months "organizing the whole thing and thinking up jokey things that he can do for his brother. He [wanted] to give his brother and his new bride the party of the century!"
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