Military personnel from around the world are posting nude pictures of themselves to show their support for Prince Harry in the wake of his naked photo scandal. INSIDE EDITION has the scoop.
It was a naked salute to Prince Harry.
The party Prince is finding support from the most unusual of places—the military. Soldiers across the globe are stripping down and posting their nude photos online in an act of solidarity.
"Israeli soldiers salute you, Prince Harry :)," is the caption next to one Facebook photo.
Some officer's used strategically placed helmets and guns to carefully cover up their naughty bits. Even some ladies have gotten in on the act, covering up with the British flag.
Meantime, we're learning what the Queen and the Royal family really think about Harry's nude romp. A source close to the family told the new issue of People magazine, on newsstands Friday, "He didn't do anything unlawful. What he did was entirely his own business."
Charlotte Triggs from People told INSIDE EDITION, "The Palace is rallying behind Prince Harry, this is just harry being Harry. Unless more unsavory news leaks, all will be forgiven."