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It looks like we haven't seen the last of Prince Harry's naked Las Vegas romp.

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While it's been rumored that the worst of his randy weekend has yet to be seen, today RadarOnline.com received confirmation that there is indeed a video of the Wild Windsor playing strip billiards (and more) with a few women in his VIP Wynn Hotel suite.

“If the video goes public this could be the biggest Royal scandal ever," the source explained. “A lot went on in that hotel room that night, that much is for sure.”

It seems there's concern as the video could "generate an enormous privacy lawsuit" which means the seller is keeping the skin flick as "discreet" as possible.

“The video has not been shopped around yet, its existence is being kept as discreet as possible,” the source revealed. “With all the attention the photos got, the people with the video know it could be worth a fortune.”

On Aug. 22, two grainy cell phone snapshots of Harry naked and in the throes of drunken Vegas revelry were published on TMZ.com. The young royal was reportedly playing strip billiards with a few women who were "randomly recruited" for some nude fun.

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Harry has since deactivated his Facebook page (under the name Spike Wells) and also seems to have pissed off his lady love, heiress Cressida Bonas.

"She’s only 23, and I don’t think she really needs this, you know, plastered naked across the Internet and ogling other women,” Ingrid Seward, editor in chief of Majesty Magazine, told ABC News.

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