Prince Harry partied with Kate Moss at Glastonbury.
The British royal was spotted with the model after The Rolling Stones' headline set on Saturday night as the pair were joined by friends exploring the festival's nightlife.
A source told The Sun newspaper: "Harry was well up for it. He was dancing in a grey trilby and a white t-shirt, with two security guards close by. Kate Moss was dancing right next to him."
The duo were seen in the Rabbit Hole nightclub, although Harry - joined by girlfriend Cressida Bonas - was downing drinks at the Shangri-La area earlier in the night where he watched Radiohead rocker Thom Yorke's DJ set.
An insider added: "Harry was getting into the spirit of the festival. He was enjoying the bars.
Glastonbury boss Michael Eavis has revealed he encouraged the prince to make the most of what the festival had to offer.
He said: "Prince Harry was great. I recommended that he go on into the night because the nightlife is what Glastonbury is all about.
"At three in the afternoon you don't get it. I told him to get his driver to come back at five in the morning and - do you know what? He lasted until four.
"His friends were all having a great time. He didn't want to make a formal thing of being here."
The Rolling Stones throw huge Glastonbury party
Meanwhile The Rolling Stones threw a star-studded after-party to celebrate their Glastonbury gig.
The rockers booked 20 rooms at the Babington House hotel in Somerset, South West England, and invited a group of famous friends, including Kate Moss, Coldplay singer Chris Martin and Pulp star Jarvis Cocker, to party with them after they wowed over 100,000 fans as they headlined the Pyramid Stage on Saturday night.
A source told the Daily Mirror newspaper: "It was incredible, The Stones have still got it on stage and off. They celebrated long into the night. Everyone was on a huge high."
Stones singer Sir Mick Jagger's partner L'Wren Scott was also present with two of his children, Jade Jagger and Georgia May Jagger.
The band - which includes Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood and Charlie Watts - took to the stage for over two hours as they made their long-awaited debut at the music event on Worthy Farm, kicking off their historic set with a rendition of 'Jumpin' Jack Flash' before ripping through a set packed with their biggest hits.
The source added: "Mick's energy leading that band with such a passion and so much style - he was absolutely amazing. I've never seen anything like it. He was going for it like his life depended on it."
Festival organiser Michael Eavis was thrilled with the way the weekend went and said The Rolling Stones' performance had made it the "best festival I have done without a shadow of doubt".
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