Transcript for Prince Harry Struggles to Keep Up With the Party
New York. Now to a big night for William and harry. The princes down south for the wedding of a good friend. The evening ending with a giant costume party. Harry struggling to keep up. He's yawning or yelling at somebody. Linzie Janis is in Memphis this morning. Good morning to you. Reporter: Good morning, Dan. Not surprising he was having a hard time staying awake. It's been three days of celebrations here. And don't forget -- it started Wednesday night at the Miami nightclub. The culmination was last night. By all accounts, quite the event. Crowds extend some southern hospitality to princes William and harry as they arrive at the Memphis wedding of one of their best friends. Under tight security and doing their best not to overshadow the bride and groom, the Royals didn't roll down a window to say hello. You drove from Arkansas to be here and you didn't get to see them. I know. Reporter: These fans camping out for hours in hopes of getting a peek at the duo. Why are you here today? Because the Royals are in town. We're just hoping to get a glimpse. Reporter: Car after car, bus loads of guests streaming into the Memphis hunt and polo club. Then, the bride. That's the bide. Showing up in a powder blue vintage fleet wood cadillac. Lizzie Wilson, the hair resz to the holiday in. Shooers marrying their party animal friend, guy Pelley. After the ceremony, harry looks like in the weekend took its toll. Yawning after greeting the bride. ? To the midnight hour ? Reporter: The guests got down to motown classics covered by Tennessee's jimmy church band. Jimmy church telling ABC news proud Mary would be the first song, followed by Stevie wonder's -- ? isn't she lovely ? Reporter: And the last song of the evening. Walkin' in Memphis, by mark Cohen. The princes have hit all the shot spots. From eating barbecue to touring graceland. Back here at the polo club for a wedding brunch. I hear Ron was the first choice fn entertainment. He was busy. Can you do isn't she lovely? Not unless the public demands it. Next weekend. We're going to see a tsunami of tweets. Harry is getting older. It's tough being a party boy when you're, what is he, 27, 28? Now the Washington's biggest
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