Like many busy grooms-to-be, Prince Harry is juggling a full-time job with wedding preparations ahead of the big day.
But it appears the royal, 33, has still found time to plan his stag do – and he is heading off to the slopes.
Harry is believed to be preparing to hold his stag party in the Swiss ski resort of Verbier, after royal protection officers were spotted in the upmarket bar La Vache.
According to the Daily Star, Prince Andrew has offered his £13million Chalet Helora to Harry and his friends.
Prince Harry is believed to be heading to Swiss resort Verbier for his stag-do, after royal protection officers were spotted there. The royal is pictured at the resort in 2015
It is also thought that Harry and Meghan, 36, will throw a second more civilised ‘stag-hen’ party together at a polo match.
A source told the Daily Star that Harry’s royal protection officers had been spotted in Verbier.
‘I have just seen Harry’s advance close-protection team come into La Vache for lunch. They are clearly on a recce,’ the source said.
‘Quite a few of the staff recognised the Royal Protection Officers who skied with Harry in 2016.’
Harry and Meghan are also thought to be throwing a joint hen and stag do at a polo match
The exclusive resort Verbier is popular with members of the royal family and celebrities
Another insider added: ‘Prince Andrew cleared the diary of Chalet Helora as a gift from himself and the Duchess of York.’
The bar La Vache is owned by Harry’s friend Rob Sawyer, along with rugby star Lawrence Dallagio, James Blunt and superbike champion Carl Fogarty.
Friends expected to be attending the stag party include Guy Pelly, Thomas van Straubenzee and George Stoy.
Verbier is an exclusive ski resort that is popular with members of the royal family and celebrities.
Harry’s uncle Prince Andrew is believed to have offered his £13million Chalet Helora (pictured) to Harry and his stags
Royal protection officers were spotted at the upmarket bar La Vache (pictured), owned by Harry’s friend Rob Sawyer, along with rugby star Lawrence Dallagio, James Blunt and superbike champion Carl Fogarty
Harry has visited the resort on a number of occasions in the past, while Prince William was also spotted partying in Verbier last year.
Meanwhile, Prince Andrew and Fergie are also frequent visitors to the resort, with their holiday home there.
Harry and Meghan’s next official engagement will be in Cardiff on Thursday, when they will visit the Welsh capital’s historic castle.
The couple will marry at St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle on May 19.
Kensington Palace has declined to comment.