Prince Harry joins revellers at Secret Garden Party near Huntingdon

PUBLISHED: 13:39 28 July 2014 | UPDATED: 13:39 28 July 2014

Secret Garden Party 2014.  Picture: GEOFF SODEN

Secret Garden Party 2014. Picture: GEOFF SODEN

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A prince joined the hundreds of Dorothys, tin men, scarecrows and lions at this year’s Secret Garden Party.

Prince Harry was one of the 21,000 revellers at the four-day festival at Abbots Ripton this weekend.

Several pictures of the prince were circulating on social media, including dipping his feet in the water from the Lake Stage and in the crowd for the Great Stage with a pint.

The festival played host to hundreds of artists including Clean Bandit, Public Enemy, the Dub Pistols, Martha Reeves and the Vandellas and Fat Freddy’s Drop.

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