Prince Harry was transformed into a a ventriloquist's dummy at a 30th birthday party at Clarence House.
Britain's Prince Harry was transformed into a ventriloquist's dummy at a party for his 30th birthday.
While the flame-haired royal was initially reluctant to get on stage during the bash at Clarence House, he was eventually dragged on stage by funnywoman Nina Conti, who asked him to don a comical mask and become a puppet.
The source told The Sun newspaper: ''He took it well and had everyone in stitches.''
The party - which was organised by elder brother Prince William, 32 - saw Harry serenaded by a giant opera singer called Big Ron and gently teased by musical comic Adam Kay.
Adam - who found fame in 2005 with 'London Underground', a parody of The Jam's hit tune 'Going Underground' - ridiculed Harry and his friends for never taking the Tube in London.
Pop star Ellie Goulding was also in attendance at the birthday bash and performed a set of songs for Harry.
The pair were seen backstage at the Invictus Games - which he helped organise - last weekend hugging and laughing with each other following her performance at the sporting event's closing ceremony.
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