Pop princess Katy Perry has reportedly invited Britain's Prince Harry to party with her in Miami.
The 'Roar' singer - who is believed to have ended her brief romance with DJ Diplo - has reportedly always had a crush on the party-loving British royal so is making the most of her newly-single status by inviting him to hang out with her in Miami.
A source told the Daily Star newspaper: ''Katy has always had a thing for Prince Harry. So she decided to be cheeky and invite him to spend Independence Day with her and friends in July.
''The message was sent through a mutual pal, and was very casual. Katy didn't want it to look like she was asking him on a date. But she has always had a thing for Englishmen...''
Harry, who recently split from Cressida Bonas, is said to be ''tempted'' by the pop princess' offer.
Katy is currently in London as part of the UK leg of her 'Prismatic' world tour, following rumours she had parted ways with Diplo last week.
The pair were first linked at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts festival, but things ground to a halt earlier this month because Katy wasn't ready to get back into a serious relationship.
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