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According to a royal aide, Prince William's "stag" party, known as a bachelor party here in the States, is scheduled for this weekend. For obvious security reasons, the details of the party are being kept secret, but the aide claims that there will be plenty of booze and several "legendary" activities.

It should come as no surprise that Prince Harry, a legendary party boy in his own right, has planned the weekend's festivities. In addition to wanting to give his older brother a blowout stag party, Harry has another reason to let loose this weekend in particular; next Tuesday, March 29, he will depart for his North Pole trek. This will certainly be his last hoorah for a while.

Fingers crossed that while the boys are nursing their hangovers on Monday, we'll get a few more details about what went down...

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