The British royal also sat on the edge of his seat at a Cirque Du Soleil show
Looks like Prince Harry and Las Vegas are getting along just fine.
One night after hitting the dance floor at Tryst, the prince’s tour of Las Vegas continued with something a little more low key early Saturday evening.
Joined by eight guys – several from his group from the previous evening, including his security detail – Harry, 27, who’s on a break from military training in the U.S., checked out Cirque Du Soleil’s “O” at the Bellagio at 7:30 p.m.
Seated toward the front, the plaid shirt-wearing prince sipped Corona, sat on the edge of his seat and gave a standing ovation before being quickly whisked away before the house lights turned on.
On his way out, Harry was “all smiles” and was overheard saying he “loved the show,” says a source.
Another thing Harry loved: Free drinks, which was something he discovered he could get from simply gambling. “He lost $300 gambling [Saturday morning] and his friends lost $200. He couldn’t believe you got free drinks from gambling at the blackjack tables,” a source tells PEOPLE.
And in typical Vegas fashion, Harry made it another late night, this time at XS Nightclub. Much like the previous evening, Harry kept a low profile, sitting a table off of the main dance floor usually reserved for the owner of the club.
The club was tipped off that they had a royal in the house after deejay Sander Kleinenberg Tweeted: “Playin moonbahton for Prince Harry.. #onlyinvegas.
Mainly keeping to his boys, Harry left the club just after 4 a.m. He was overheard saying he may stay in Vegas Sunday.