The Paparazzi star wrote: "HOLY MOTHER HARRY LOOKS FIT...Hope no ones mad at him for that, I'm certainly not #RoyalsArePeopleToo."
Lady G then went on to slam those responsible for taking the pics and selling them to the press, tweeting: "but truly f**k off to whatever s**tty friend took those picture and leaked them."
As Harry arrived back in the UK yesterday, The Sun newspaper has made the decision to publish the pics - despite being sent a legal letter by St James' Palace stating that the images would constitute an intrusion into the Prince's privacy.
After the announcement that they would run the snaps, St James' Palace said in a statement: "Newspapers regulate themselves, so the publication of the photographs is ultimately a decision for editors to make."
TMZ has since reported that Prince Harry's minders 'lackadaisically' tried to prevent the women from using camera phones to take pictures of the Royal before he got naked.
It is thought that the girls were not asked to hand over their mobiles before going into Harry's hotel room, with the website claiming: "As the party fired up, several girls began to snap pics on their cell phones."
TMZ suggests that one security guard told the girls: "Awww, come on...no photos", with the source adding: "After more boozing, the clothes came off...and more photos were takenin plain view of the handlers, yet Harry's people did nothing."
Harry was seen arriving at Clarence House in a black range rover yesterday (23rd August), with his brotherPrince William said to be 'not impressed' with his naked antics.