Guess who won: Prince Harry races Ryan Lochte in Vegas pool at 3 a.m.

Prince Harry and Ryan Lochte have one thing in common: they love to party.

What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas — unless you’re an Olympic athlete or a member of the royal family.

A booze-filled pool party turned into a friendly competition between old buddies, old pals Ryan Lochte and Prince Harry. At around 3 a.m. at Vegas’ Wynn hotel, the mischievous pair jumped into the pool, Lochte still wearing a t-shirt, Prince Harry still in his jeans, according to the Daily News.

It wasn’t long before they challenged each other to a race, egged on by thousands of scantily-clad nightclub-goers. Lochte counted to three and two were off, breaststroking their way to the other side of the pool.

Predictably, Lochte finished first, raising his arms in the sweet taste of victory that can only come from beating a member of the royal family. But Prince Harry took the defeat like a gentleman, hugging Lochte before the two went back to the real meaning of the night: partying.

Prince Harry spent another night at a party hosted by J-Lo, while Lochte continued his fun-filled weekend with bikini-clad women. His flirtatious getaway could be practice for an upcoming stint on “The Bachelor” (if he gets $750,000), according to Radar Online.


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