‘I want Prince Harry to be my new boyfriend,’ says Strictly judge

Craig Revel Horwood wants the cheeky prince to take part in Strictly Come Dancing

‘I want Prince Harry to be my new boyfriend,’ says Strictly judge
27 August 2012

Strictly Come Dancing judge Craig Revel Horwood has set his sights on Prince Harry.

The British TV personality is yearning for the cheeky royal to be his boyfriend after his recent naked headline-grabbing pictures from Las Vegas.

In an interview with The Telegraph, Horwood said: ‘I met Prince Harry at Westminster and I want him to be my new boyfriend, but unfortunately I don’t think it is going to happen.’

There may be a very slim chance for the 47-year-old, as recent reports have said the prince was dumped by girlfriend Cressida Bonas.

However if dating the choreographer is off the table, the judge said he hoped the 27-year-old would be interested in taking to the dance floor on Strictly Come Dancing.

The BBC show that inspired adaptations worldwide, most notably Dancing With The Stars, could be just the thing to bring British royalty some good press.

‘I would love to see him on Strictly,’ Horwood said. ‘Maybe, if it were a charity event, we might be able to convince him. He gives it large and he’s just amazing.’

The ninth series of Strictly Come Dancing will begin on BBC1 on 10 September.

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