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EDEN CONFIDENTIAL: Prince Harry’s favorite club has cracked down on drug use in the toilets by its members


Prince Harry has written extensively about his past illicit drug use in his cheap memoir Spare.

However, I hear his popular chain of private members’ clubs is cracking down on drug use by its fashionable members.

The Soho home where the Duke and Duchess of Sussex enjoyed their first date sent an email to members this week warning them of its «strict drug-free policy».

The crackdown is so serious that the club has threatened to expel members found to have shared toilet cubicles on the grounds that they may have taken drugs together.

The Dean Street branch of Soho House (pictured), where the Duke and Duchess of Sussex enjoyed their first date, sent an email to members this week warning them of its ‘strict drug-free policy’.

«With an exciting summer ahead across our UK houses, we wanted to take this opportunity to remind all our members – old and new – of some important things about using your Soho House membership,» wrote director Velma Simmons.

“We have a strict drug-free policy in all our houses. Any member found or believed to be buying, selling, using or possessing illegal drugs on any of our premises will have their membership terminated with immediate effect. This also applies to anyone found in a toilet cubicle with another person.

«Any member or guest who violates our house rules risks having the member suspended or terminated.»

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex enjoyed their first date at Soho House in London

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex enjoyed their first date at Soho House in London

Jude Law and Sadie Frost’s daughter, then two-year-old Iris, was taken to hospital in 2002 after swallowing an ecstasy tablet found on the floor of Soho House at a child’s birthday party.

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Founded in 1995 by Nick Jones, husband of TV star Kirsty Young, Soho House has grown into a chain of 42 clubs worldwide. Its members include Hollywood stars.

Full membership with access to every venue costs just under £3,000 a year. Membership of one club starts at £850 a year, but is well over £1,000 in many places.

The Duke of Sussex first met Meghan in person at 76 Dean Street, her Soho branch of one of Westminster’s oldest townhouses. They later stayed at Soho Farmhouse in Oxfordshire.

In his autobiography, Spare, Harry admits to taking cocaine as a teenager and blames it on adolescent rebellion. He claimed he was offered the Class A drug during a hunting weekend when he was 17 and on several other occasions.

He admits he lied about his cocaine use when confronted about it during the Queen’s Golden Jubilee in 2002.

King Charles’ younger son also opened up about smoking cannabis at Eton College and said he continued to use the drug at Nottingham Cottage, the house he moved into with Meghan in the grounds of Kensington Palace.



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