Britain’s Prince Edward partied with a curious collection of rock stars, reality TV stars, lawyers and fashion icons over the weekend.
The Earl of Wessex — youngest son of Queen Elizabeth, or, to Americans, Meghan Markle‘s uncle-in-law — got going Friday at the rarified Core club, where he hung out with Vivienne Tam, Carol Alt, Kelly Osbourne, Kelly Cutrone, Sharon Bush and Gogol Bordello punk Eugene Hütz, among others.
David Hryck, of Reed Smith LLP, — an adviser to the royal — introduced the prince to the 80 guests, where he spoke of his father’s famed Duke of Edinburgh Award.
Then on Saturday, the prince kicked up his heels with, among others, Marla Maples, Jill Zarin and boyfriend Gary Brody, and Sharon Bush (again) at the home of Meera Gandhi (which once belonged to Eleanor Roosevelt).
We’re told the conversation turned to tennis, because Edward plans to play court tennis (an ancient, indoor version of the game from which lawn tennis evolved) at all of the 10 courts in the US (there are only about 45 in the world) while he’s here.
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