Britain's Prince Harry watches track cycling during the 2012 Summer Olympics, in this file photo dated Thursday, Aug. 2, 2012, in London. Nude photographs of Prince Harry in a Las Vegas, USA, hotel room are published on the Internet Wednesday Aug. 22, 2012, and now security experts are wondering whether the Scotland Yard officers who are assigned to keep the 27-year-old royal safe from harm, might have done a better job of keeping him out of trouble. The photos available on the Internet and not taken by Photographers' long lenses but are up close and personal.
LONDON — A prominent British public relations guru says he's been approached by two women who want to sell their photos of Prince Harry.
Max Clifford told BBC television Friday that two American women who claim they were in the prince's hotel room last week had approached him with offers to sell their photographs.
Clifford is famous for negotiating kiss-and-tell interviews and has been a key player in many of Britain's biggest tabloid scandals.
But Clifford claims that he turned the women because he could not justify the sale to himself. He has given few other details.
Harry was photographed romping in the nude in his Las Vegas room last week. On Friday, Rupert Murdoch's The Sun tabloid became the first U.K. newspaper to publish the embarrassing photos.