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Prince Harry, Paris Hilton, Holly Madison party, separately, on the Strip

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Prince Harry is seen on a recent trip to Germany.

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Britain’s party-loving Prince Harry just missed meeting America’s platinum party princess Paris Hilton and reality TV star Holly Madison by minutes and less than 100 yards apart in neighboring nightclubs last night.

Harry turned up at midnight to party until 3 a.m. today at Tryst in Steve Wynn’s casino resort Wynn, according to our pal Mark Gray’s exclusive report for People. Paris was across the Strip at Tao in the Venetian celebrating her younger brother Barron Hilton’s 22nd birthday.

Another blonde beauty, “Holly’s World” and “Peepshow” at Planet Hollywood star Holly, was next door at Steve’s Encore at Surrender Nightclub, and the English royal missed her, too.

It had long been expected that Harry would hit Las Vegas for the first time ever during mid-break from his military helicopter training in Arizona. Now that the news has broken that the bachelor prince is partying on the Strip, expect an invasion of global headline-seeking reporters and photographers today.

Mark reported that Harry had his eyes only on one attractive blonde and that they wound up on a couch together in the nightclub and danced together in the pre-dawn hours near its spectacular waterfall. Since this has become a developing story, please check back for updates throughout the weekend.

Only in Las Vegas would you have a visiting royal partying it up in a nightclub but missing two blonde beauties by yards. Maybe that could all change tonight?

Robin Leach has been a journalist for more than 50 years and has spent the past decade giving readers the inside scoop on Las Vegas, the world’s premier platinum playground.

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