Harry Clarke has celebrated his win with loved ones (Picture: BBC/Studio Lambert/Paul Chappells)
The ultimate game player is said to have dropped a cool £2,000 to gather his loved ones to celebrate his triumph in a private function room.
The event was held at a traditional British pub – The George in Eton, Windsor – and naturally, there was one song that got everybody throwing shapes on the night – Murder on the Dancefloor by Sophie Ellis Bextor.
There isn’t a more apt song, after army engineer Harry, 23, successfully got away with ‘murdering’ Faithfuls without being detected on the BBC show fronted by Claudia Winkleman. He was able to walk away with £95,150 for his efforts and he does not seem to be having too much trouble adjusting to his new wealth.
The party lasted just over five hours, concluding at around 11:30pm on Saturday, just 24 hours after the nation watched him pull the wool over Mollie Pearce’s eyes.
Harry shared some photos and a video where the revellers are chanting his name, and he seemed to be loving it.
Girlfriend Anna was by his side (Picture: Instagram/@harryclarky)
Alongside the party ‘dump’ shared on Instagram, Harry wrote: ‘The most amazing night celebrating with my loved ones ❤️, I love this massive family.’
His CBBC presenter girlfriend Anna Maynard was by his side, but in one photo she looked a little different. While Harry had kept her body, he swapped her face for brother Jack Maynard.
The YouTuber joked: ‘Glad I could be there.’
Jack was Photoshopped into one snap (Picture: Instagram/@harryclarky)
‘He wanted to have his party at the best pub around, and we are one of the best,’ said Kevin Fernandes, the marketing manager of the Windsor and Eton Brewery, who run the pub.
Kevin added that they served his favourite beer – Republika – for the special occasion attended by around 19 people, but nobody ended up legless.
‘My staff were really happy with Harry. They said he is a very nice, down-to-earth person. He had no attitude, was very softly spoken and nice to talk to,’ he told The Sun.
Harry danced the night away (Picture: Instagram/@harryclarky)
‘No one was really drunk – they were all just having a good time.’
Kevin joked that he has no idea how many times they played Sophie’s hit that had a resurgence following film Salburn’s success, and revealed as well as the £2000 bill, generous Harry left a nice tip for pub staff.
That’s not the only kind gesture from Harry, who has promised Faithful Mollie a holiday after she left empty-handed, due to her trust in Harry.
Harry has promised Mollie a holiday (Picture: BBC)
She decided to banish Jaz Singh in the tense final after Harry convinced her to not vote for him.
‘He promised me a holiday, and I’m pretty happy with that,’ she said on BBC Breakfast over the weekend.
‘It was a game and at the end of the day, we all sign up for it. You go in with the chance of getting hurt so it’s all good vibes here.’
The Traitors is available to stream on BBC iPlayer.
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