Prince Harry Welcomed to US With Strip Club Signs Promising to Get Him Through Cressida Bonas Breakup

(PHOTO) REUTERS/Stefan WermuthCressisa Bonas and Prince Harry

Princes William and Harry made their way to the U.S. and were welcomed like true royalty by adoring fans and hundreds of young ladies eager to catch a glimpse of the allegedly newly single Harry. One establishment in Memphis even offered to help Prince Harry get over his heartache after separating from Cressida Bonas.

"Clearly Prince Harry has come to the U.S. in the past and shown he likes to enjoy himself, and Las Vegas is not the only place to party in the States," The Pony club owner Jerry Westlund told Daily Mail. He owns the strip club that put out "Welcome Prince Harry" on its marquee, clearly an invitation to the younger prince. "We look forward to having him and his friends here in Memphis," Westlund added. "We don't know where he's going to be when he's here and whether he will come down. We will certainly be prepared if he chooses to."

The brothers are actually in the U.S. to attend a friend's wedding but have clearly made it a boys' weekend, attending night clubs and simply enjoying time away from royal duties and protocol. Harry made an impromptu trip to Miami Beach and partied at the LIV nightclub, which is known as the "flashiest club in Miami." On Thursday, he and William had dinner together with friends at the BBQ restaurant Rendezvous.

Young women from all over the country have flocked to Memphis to catch a glimpse of the brothers and possibly catch the eye of Harry. He and girlfriend Cressida Bonas separated after two years of being together; she was supposed to join them in the U.S., but after separating, decided to stay in Europe. Duchess Kate is also back in Europe, taking care of Prince George and likely enjoying time with her own family.

The wedding will be held on Saturday at the private Memphis Hunt and Polo Club in Tennessee, and the brothers are expected to return to Europe by the end of the weekend.