Glastonbury 2013: It's all over bar the abandoned tents making a mockery of the festival's attempts to be green
From a long, long way away, that looked like the best Glastonbury in quite a while - especially if you put a hand over one eye and ignore the over-freighted Rolling Stones bit.
Sure, it edged ever closer into the belly of the establishment:
Delivering his regular Sunday morning press conference at 11am today (June 30), Glastonbury founder Michael Eavis confirmed that Prince Harry attended the festival on Saturday.Well, no, Michael; visits from heirs to the throne seem to be closer to what Glastonbury is all about these days.
The 77-year-old farmer and festival organiser revealed that he told the royal he should stay up all night to get the best of the event: "I recommended that he should go through the night, because the nightlife is really what Glastonbury is all about," said Eavis.
Mind you, you've got love Eavis' apparent unawareness about Harry's reputation:
"At three in the afternoon, you won’t get it, will you? So I told him to get his taxi driver to come back at five in the morning and, you know what, he lasted until four in the morning, so he saw all the best stuff," he said.Michael Eavis is the only person left alive who'd be surprised that Harry held his end up until the small hours of the morning.
Harry left eventually, though, mumbling that he didn't want to be around when Mumford And Sons turned up as "they make me feel common."
I'm not sure that Uli Jon Roth out the Scorpions coming on stage during the Smashing Pumpkins set made anything better, but it was probably the most inspired collaboration of the weekend. Except for that bit when it wasn't entirely clear if Kenny Rogers had just hallucinated having Sheena Easton on stage.
But I think we can agree that The XX won Glastonbury this year, yes?