Prince Harry is arguably one of the rowdiest members of the modern British Royal family. While he's certainly cleaned up his image, he used to hit headlines for all the wrong reasons. So it was no surprise that when the news broke of his engagement to Meghan Markle, and many began wondering how big of a bachelor party the 33-year-old will have.
He could go literally anywhere in the world for his 'last night of freedom' and could opt for somewhere really random or remote in order to keep the event as private as possible.
However, an Aussie MP has reached out to Prince Harry to encourage him to hit the land down under for the big party.
Tourism Minister Steven Ciobo has released a statement, saying: "I have written to His Royal Highness Prince Henry of Wales, congratulating him on his engagement to Ms Meghan Markle and inviting him to Australia for his pre-wedding celebrations and honeymoon.
"I have offered the services of Tourism Australia to design the ultimate Australian experience for the celebrations.
"Having previously visited Australia, Prince Harry is no doubt aware of the amazing experiences we have to offer.
"From the world's best beaches and endless coastlines, to the vast and ancient landscapes of the interior to our vibrant cites and thriving food and wine scene, Australia has it all.
"Australia can provide the perfect pre-wedding party and an amazing romantic honeymoon after the wedding."
Harry has spent plenty of time in Australia over the years. Credit: PA
There are plenty of places and experiences the Royal could undergo if he came to our shores. Might be worth avoiding Sydney's nightlife as Prince Harry might be surprised when the bouncer doesn't let him into a bar after 1.30am or the bartender refuses to do a round of shots for his mates because it's post-midnight.
His entourage could take him to one of the many stunning islands we have on offer to give the party a more intimate feel.
William's buck's party (arranged by Harry) took place at a country estate in Norfolk so the wildest thing they got up to was shooting (clay pigeons).
He was also 'forced' to wear a hairpiece and a chest wig, according to the Sun. Not fooling anyone there, Wills.
Whatever happens, the royals will be keen to keep it under wraps, but - like Wills' stag - hopefully we'll get the details one day and it won't just be about drinking port, wearing wigs, and badgering servants.
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