Prince Harry Freezes Facebook Account, Meets With Head of Army
Prince Harry probably won't be accepting any friend requests anytime soon.
Nearly a week after nude photos of the 27-year-old British royal partying in Las Vegas took the web by storm, he has frozen his Facebook account -- which he kept under an anonymous pseudonym -- a source confirms to Us Weekly.
"Because all of the Vegas drama he's frozen his account," the source explains. "No more Facebook for Harry for a while. He'll probably come back online in the future, but, for now, he's been advised to go offline."
Adds the insider: "It's best that he keeps a low profile for the moment."
Still, this Monday Aug. 27, the redhead will have to resurface a bit as he reports back to Royal Air Force Wattisham base. There, the helicopter pilot will have formal interviews with Lieutenant Colonel Thomas de La Rue and the Head of Army, General Sir Peter Wall, who will ultimately decide how reprimand Harry for the scandal.
"This is pretty serious," a senior military source explains to Us. "General Wall is a tough guy to make excuses to. He won't let Harry get away with just a light ticking off."
William reportedly faced his grandmother Queen Elizabeth II and dad Prince Charles at the family's Balmoral Castle estate in Scotland on Thursday; no word yet on how those conversations went down.