Prince Harry Might Avoid to Visit Zermatt After Prince William’s ‘Old-School Moves’ in Verbier [VIDEO]

It looks like Prince William defeats Prince Harry for being the fun-loving prince as the husband of Kate Middleton is captured in a video having too much fun. It seems like the Duke of Cambridge had a little booze in Verbier and it might affect Prince Henry of Wales' plans to ski at Zermatt.

Prince Harry is hoping to meet his friends, Tom 'Skippy' Inskip and his new wife Lara Hughes-Young when they visit Zermatt. But, as Prince William somehow lost his control in Verbier, which is at a nearby area, Mirror Online reported that he is now unsure to pursue his plans.

"Everyone was expecting him, but he'd be mad to be seen here after the furore his brother created," a source said. To recall, Prince William has been seen enjoying a party at a club in Verbier during a lads' holiday. The brother of Prince Harry is even caught dancing in very "old-school moves."

However, an insider told Daily Mail Online that the people in Verbier are all in favor of Prince William. Hence, what Prince Harry's brother has done is not a major problem and no one thinks he did anything wrong. "The worry is that the whole incident will affect Verbier's reputation as a haven for royals and high society," the source explained.

There are reports that Prince William went clubbing with some friends and his fellow party goers captured him in a video while enjoying the night. Meanwhile, it has been said that avoiding visiting the place after his brother's shenanigans might be a smart move for Prince Harry.

Meanwhile, Prince Harry also has his fair share of being involved in this kind of issues. In 2012, pictures of Prince William's brother while playing naked inside his hotel room in Las Vegas emerged. Also, the siblings were caught throwing snowballs at passers-by in a ski resort from their chalet balcony.

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