Updated: Fri, 05 Jul 2013 09:00:00 GMT | By Bang

Prince Harry warned Ronnie Wood off Cressida

Prince Harry told Ronnie Wood to ''get his hands off'' his girlfriend Cressida Bonas when they met backstage at Glastonbury Festival last weekend, following the musician's headline set with The Rolling Stones.


Prince Harry told Ronnie Wood to ''get his hands off'' his girlfriend Cressida Bonas when they met backstage at Glastonbury Festival last weekend, following the musician's headline set with The Rolling Stones.

Prince Harry told Ronnie Wood to ''get his hands off'' his girlfriend Cressida Bonas when they met backstage at Glastonbury Festival last weekend, following the musician's headline set with The Rolling Stones.

Prince Harry told Ronnie Wood to ''get his hands off'' his girlfriend when they met last weekend.

The flame-haired royal warned The Rolling Stones guitarist off Cressida Bonas after the musician gave her a hug when the trio were partying backstage at Glastonbury Festival on Saturday night (29.06.13).

Ronnie said: ''He said it was great to see me again and then he introduced me to his bird. I gave her a cuddle and he said, 'Oi, get your hands off my bird!' He was very funny.''

Harry was partying after watching Ronnie and his bandmates Sir Mick Jagger, Charlie Watts and Keith Richards headline the main Pyramid Stage at the festival in Somerset, south west England, where he also danced with supermodel Kate Moss.

A source recently said: ''Harry was well up for it. He was dancing in a grey trilby and a white t-shirt, with two security guards close by. Kate Moss was dancing right next to him.''

The pair, along with Cressida, were spotted enjoying a jig at the Rabbit Hole nightclub and the royal was also spotted at the Shangri-La area of the festival earlier in the night where he watched Radiohead rocker Thom Yorke's DJ set.

The source added: ''Harry was getting into the spirit of the festival. He was enjoying the bars.''

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