Prince Harry Lets It All Hang Out at Gjelina; Tom Cruise Leaves Madeo In Mourning

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Prince Harry at Gjelina, imagined Photo: Yo! Venice!

This week, Yo! Venice! spied everyone's favorite bottomless ginger du jour, Prince Harry, grabbing a bite at Gjelina on Abbot-Kinney, offering us this classic PhotoShopped interpretation of what that might have looked like, had he lost another round of strip poker, perhaps sitting on a milk crate in the restaurant's alley with his fellow trust-funders. Elsewhere, Tom Cruise's hair was mussed up for the first time since Risky Business, when he left Madeo after hearing about the suicide death of Top Gun director Tony Scott, while Jamie King and Mandy Moore partied at the French-themed launch soiree of Clos du Bois Rogue at Bar Marmont, Mel Gibson squired a new girlfriend through The Grove, and Hilary Duff went to ink. For more in this week's celebrity restaurant sightings, see below.

Bar Marmont: Jamie King and Mandy Moore showed up for the launch of Clos du Bois Rogue. Later, Moore met up with her ex-flame, Zach Braff. [GS]

Craig's: Josh Duhamel and Fergie came to dinner on Tuesday night, while Road Trip's Breckin Meyer was also in the house. [GS]

Gjelina: A confirmed Prince Harry sighting saw the young royal hitting Travis Lett's place (with his pants on) before hightailing it out of the City of Angels. [Yo! Venice!]

ink.: Hillary Duff chowed down with some friends at Michael Voltaggio's place. [Gossip Center]

The Living Room at The W Hotel: Apparently, the club's Jazz Nights are packing in the stars, with this week uniting Lucy Hale, Karina Smirnoff, Babyface, and Kenny G. [GS]

Madeo: Tom Cruise left the restaurant distraught after hearing about the death of Top Gun director Tony Scott. [Daily Mail]

Whole Foods: Julianne Hough bought groceries, which ended up being way more expensive than they first looked, or so we're guessing. [Celebrity Gossip]

Unnamed West Hollywood Restaurant: Mel Gibson squired a new love-interest, who just might be totally into raging misogyny and anti-semitism, to an unnamed restaurant this week. [NY Post]