Prince William celebrated his last days as a free man… with a chest wig and a lot of booze.
The Duke of Cambridge's stag do took place in March 2011 at a mansion named Hartland Abbey in Devon with 20 of his friends, including best man Prince Harry.
They went surfing, clag pigeon shooting and enjoyed party games.
But William didn't escape a bit of lighthearted ridicule – he was reportedly forced to wear a chest wig and hairpiece.
The lads also played a series of drinking games – including one called The Name Game which involves a celeb's name being stuck on your forehead. You have to drink until you correctly guess who it is.
A source said at the time: “Apparently the boys had written The Queen on William’s post-it note.
“It took him several questions before he worked out why everyone was laughing.
“He took it all in good spirit.”
William also revealed how he and Harry employed “military precision” in their operation to hide details of the bash.
Some of the guests included Guy Pelly, Thomas van Straubenzee, Ed and Hugh van Cutsem.
And the gang agreed “what goes on tour, stays on tour”.
The source added to The Sun: “On the Friday night, the boys met up for what was to be a low-key evening.
“On Saturday morning they had a hearty breakfast before heading outside for an hour’s clay pigeon shooting.
“They had a competition to see who was the best shot, but it didn’t get too competitive.
“While there, they polished off several bottles of vintage port.”
At the time, locals reported hearing cheers coming from the estate.
Meanwhile, William also issued a jokey stag do warning to Harry in 2018 and said: "Revenge is sweet.”
William and Kate Middleton went on to tie the knot on April 29 in 2011 at Westminster Abbey.
The couple are said to be planning a low-key 10th-anniversary celebration with their three children, George, seven, Charlotte, five, and Louis, three.
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