Halle Berry hilariously reacts to Prince Harry having a photo of her in his dorm
As teenagers, we all decorated our bedrooms with pictures of our favorites. Our favorite bands, movies, TV shows, astrophysicists (Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar, obviously) and of course, celebrities we had crushes on. If you took a photo of the artwork, you have a perfect time capsule of your teenage tastes, in all their awesome, embarrassing glory.
And guess what? Prince Harry was no different. You might think since he's a member of hoity-toity royal family, his bedroom contained nothing but photos of Dukes of Gloucester and Countesses of Wessex. But no. Like many 18-year-olds in 2003, Harry decorated his bedroom with a sexy photo of Halle Berry.
This week The Daily Mail published a collection of photos from Harry's time at Eton College, and it didn't take long for Twitter to spot the seductive Halle Berry cut-out. It's prominently displayed in the center of the ornate tapestry, flanked by cut-outs of hot bikini babes. Teenage Harry's grinning from ear to ear, and we all know what he's thinking about.
In 2003, Halle Berry was ranked No. 1 on People's 50 Most Beautiful People In The World, after previously making the list seven times. She also was ranked No. 1 on FHM's 100 Sexiest Women In The World. In 2002, she won the Academy Award for Best Actress for her performance in the romantic drama Monster's Ball. But who cares about that? Compared to being 'Most Beautiful' or 'Sexiest,' an Oscar is nothing.
After spotting the photo of herself, Halle posted a hilarious reaction on Twitter. She wrote, "Ok #PrinceHarry, I see you!", with the hashtags #HalleBerryPosta and #MissyElliott. In case you're confused, Missy Elliott referenced Halle Berry posters in her classic 2002 single work it. She rapped, "Let's get drunk, that's gonna bring us closer/ Don't I look like a Halle Berry poster?" Yes, you do, Missy, and does the 'funky white sista' who covered your song.
Twitter users immediately started shipping Harry and Halle, noting that "Harry been down with the swirl for a minute." (Harry's wife, American actress Meghan Markle, is of mixed racial heritage, with a Caucasian father and African-American mother.)
One Twitter user thought she spotted a can of Axe Body Spray, a hair grooming product accused of sexist and degrading marketing. According to their ads in the 90's and 2000's, one fragrant spray could help men attract women, turning shy, tongue-tied geeks into confident, sexually promiscuous bros.
Another Twitter user confirmed that it was Axe Body Spray, but it's called Lynx in the UK. You crazy Brits! But hey, if Lynx Body Spray helped Harry seduce Meghan, maybe it's time to place an order.
Prince Harry has not responded to Halle Berry's thirsty tweet yet - probably too busy having boring garden parties with the Dukes of Gloucester and Countesses of Wessex. But hopefully he will invite the Oscar-winning actress over to Kensington Palace soon for a royal screening of the cinematic classic, Catwoman.