While the rest of the royal family were gathering last week in London for a grand celebration of important and historic birthdays, Princess Anne's rugby playing son, Peter Phillips, slipped away from the royal revellers and joined thousands of British holidaymakers for a week's “fun in the sun” in Magaluf. Peter Phillips, the Queen's grandson, flew in on a Thomson package holiday along with 50 friends from Exeter University all keen to celebrate the end of their exams. The manager of the Don Bigote hotel where the gang stayed said yesterday that “he was a very nice lad, like the rest of the group and they all had a good time. We have a lot of groups of young people who come to stay with us and he behaved just like the others.” Judging from what some of the bar owners in Magaluf said, the former Scotland Schoolboys rugby star certainly did. There was plenty of sun bathing by day and there was no shortage of alcohol being sunk by night as Peter Phillips and his university friends investigated the highlights of Magalluf. While some of the bar staff recognised the royal raver, Peter Phillips, was just another face in the crowd having a good time in most of the clubs and bars they toured during their week long stay on the island.


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