Prince Harry liked a seaside pub so much he jokingly told the landlady he would BUY IT- and said he had the cash on him.
The cheeky prince and 14 pals popped into the historic Maritime Inn in Brixham, Devon, for a pint while on a boozy Stag weekend.
Locals said the group played darts and supped local ales before Harry approached landlady Pat Seddon, 75, and said how much he liked her boozer.
Pat told him the price and the Royal said he had enough money on him to buy the traditional inn.
Pat, who has run the pub for the past 33 years, said: “I told him how much I would sell it for, and he said he had the cash in his pocket.
“Prince Harry was wearing a cap and combat jacket. He was lovely.
“They stayed all evening and they were very well-behaved. One or two of the locals recognised them, but they left them alone.
“The regulars and the bodyguards stayed on the other side of the bar and gave them some space.
“A big white taxi van arrived at the end of the evening to take them all home. They did tell me they were on a stag weekend and introduced the groom.”
The freehouse pub is described as having a ”unique atmosphere, with the landlady Pat, George the dog, and Mr Tibbs the parrot which add to the pleasure”.
Its website adds: “The interior is untouched by modernisation, with plenty to look at from the ornaments hung on the ceilings to the local history documents and old photos on the walls”.
Harry was in the pub last Friday. On Sunday lunchtime, the Prince of Wales’ younger son was spotted sitting outside the Cricket Inn at Beesands.