Prince Harry 'crashes into waitress while moonwalking' during Meghan Markle wedding trip

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle attend a wedding together in Jamaica

Prince Harry attended a wedding with Meghan Markle

Monday, March 6, 2017

Details of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding appearance in Jamaica have been made public - and it appears the much-loved British royal had a rather embarrassing drunken escapade.

Harry served as an usher for his friend, management consultant Tom ‘Skippy’ Inskip, who was getting married to software developer Lara Hughes-Young in Montego Bay, The Daily Mail reported. 

Inskip and Harry met at school and reports claim since then they have been inseparable, with Inskip often described as a bad influence and wing-man of the Prince.

Harry joined the groom's party on Wednesday, eschewing his usual private jet for a Virgin Atlantic flight as this was a personal engagement. Markle, currently filming the drama Suits, arrived on a private jet from Toronto, which she is said to have 'borrowed' from a friend.

The pair stayed in the Round Hill Resort in a villa which costs £5,000 a night, according to a hotel worker. Previous guests at the luxury resort have included JFK and Jackie Kennedy, Grace Kelly and Fred Astaire.

At the wedding Markle chose to wear a floral print maxi dress by Canadian designer Erdem, whilst Harry wore a navy suit, believed to be from tailor Gieves & Hawkes. Markle was also seen wearing a gold bracelet which some believe was a gift from first husband Trevor Engleson.

During the event, the pastor who oversaw the wedding reportedly said to Prince Harry "It’s your turn next, Sir" - which may get the fourth-in-line-to-the-throne thinking about his future plans.

After the calm wedding, the event then turned into what guests have described as "the mother of all parties" at the wedding reception.

Guests claim that Harry attempted to perform a moonwalk to Michael Jackson's Billy Jean, however in doing so went crashing into a waitress who was carrying a tray of drinks. The Prince is then said to have apologised.