The Royals actor William Moseley is among the stars at Brit Week launch

William Moseley, who plays bad boy Prince Liam in The Royals, has admitted he is enjoying his wild time in the spotlight while it lasts.

The 27-year-old actor – who has won a legion of fans after landing the role in the scandalous E! show about a fictional British royal family – was among the British stars who attended the launch of the ninth annual Brit Week in Los Angeles.

William said: “We have a great time. It’s a wild show. I was talking to my girlfriend about it and she was like, ‘You’re lucky that you can be on something that is young and fun, because you’ll be a certain age one day and you won’t be able to do this, so enjoy it now.’ And I really am!”

The Chronicles Of Narnia star promised there was almost no limit to how racy the show – which also stars Liz Hurley and Joan Collins as the Queen and Queen Mum – could go.

William admitted: “Sex, drugs, blackmail – I don’t think there is any limit. We’re not like HBO, so there is no nakedness, it’s only alluded to. But when we allude to it, it’s kind of intense. Every time I read a script I think, ‘Oh my God how am I going to get away with this?!’.”

And while the actor is enjoying living it up in Hollywood, he revealed he is continuing to split his time between the US and the UK, rather than move permanently.

Other stars at the Brit Week bash who have made a permanent move across the pond included Welsh actor Ioan Gruffudd and his wife Alice Eve, Ben Barnes and Nigel Lythgoe.

Ioan said of the event: “I think we’ve got so many of us over here in so many different industries. I think it’s great that we celebrate that synergy.

Designer Zandra Rhodes said: “I think it’s wonderful, most of us are people that love being in America and stride across, so it’s really quite wonderful.”

Also among the guests were Jacqueline Bisset, Billy Zane, Lady Victoria Hervey, Paul Oakenfold and Lord Freddie Windsor.

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