Halle Berry just reacted to Prince Harry's bedroom poster of her

01 September, 2018, 08:31 | Author: Miranda Cannon
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But as many noticed, Halle Berry appears to have been one of the prince's favourites. Allow your eye to wander to the massive boombox, the decade-defining mandala wall hanging, and the sweet framed photo of his late mother, Princess Diana.

Meghan, please tell us this Halle Berry collage remains somewhere in the depths of the royal attic. Upon seeing the photo, the 52-year-old took to social media to tweet about it, telling her followers: "Ok #PrinceHarry, I see you!" - she even added the hashtag referencing a lyric from the Missy Elliott's song Work It. Other people commented on Prince Harry's poster choices, including Ms. Berry herself, who tweeted at the prince on Wednesday. Berry wrote on Twitter after finding the image on W magazine.

The actress had recently won an Academy Award for "Monster's Ball", in 2002.

Back when Harry was attending Eton college, photographers were given access to the prince's dorm room to snap a few shots of where he'd been living.


In addition to Halle, naughty Harry had other pictures of bikini-clad women!

In the room were a load of things that you'd expect to find in an 18-year-old's bedroom like CDs, a stereo, books, and clothes strewn about the place.

Now, for the main attraction, welcome to Harry's dorm room.

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