What would Lord Sugar say? Young Apprentice Harry Maxwell caught swigging champagne in Royal haunt Mahiki

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By Daily Mail Reporter

Brazen: Young Apprentice wannabe Harry Maxwell was caught swigging a bottle of £1,000 Dom Perignon at London club Mahiki - a favourite haunt of the Royals

He says his intellect is unrivaled in the boardroom of the Young Apprentice.

But Harry Maxwell must be feeling a bit silly after pictures of him drinking underage emerged yesterday.

The 16-year-old was spotted swigging from a bottle of £1,000 Dom Perignon champagne as he partied in Royal haunt Mahiki last week.

He appeared to be knocking back the cocktails too.

Master Maxwell, one of 12 competing on the BBC1 show that started last week, also proved adept at another task - pulling the ladies.

One onlooker told the Star on Sunday: 'Harry snogged at least five girls. He was just trying to get with as many as he possibly could.

'He was just going up to girls and saying, "I’m from the Apprentice" and then going in for the kill.'

Skills outside the boardroom: The 16-year-old also proved a hit with the ladies as he kissed and danced with string of young girls at the club

Won't your friend mind? Obviously not. Harry gets down to business with two girls

The plucky reality star, who is currently doing his A levels at the £9,725-a-term Rugby School, hopes to win the £25,000 prize on offer in the show.

He does have expensive tastes after all.

'He posed with a bottle of Dom Perignon, which cost £1,000,' the Star on Sunday's insider revealed

Check me out Lord Sugar! Harry makes moves on a third girl at the club

Dressing down: Harry, right, and his team got a grilling from Alan Sugar, left, after failing to win the first task on the show

'Even if he didn’t buy it, he obviously liked it.

'Most 16-year-olds probably wouldn’t even know what a bottle that expensive looked like.'

However, Harry did not get off to a good start on the show's debut episode last week.
He and his team received a grilling from Lord Sugar after failing to win the first task.

Speaking about his appearance on the show, Harry's mum Jane admitted to the Lutterworth Mail: 'There was a little bit of arrogance there but that’s him, he wouldn’t have made it to the last 12 if he didn’t.'

Sixteen-year-old Mahamed Awale was the first Young Apprentice hopeful to be fired.