Prince Harry Coming to U.S. in May

  April 29, 2009 at 8:40 am by

Royal fever in the United States is going to be high pitch next month!

That is because Prince Harry, the youngest son of Prince Charles and the late Princess Diana, is going to be making his first official trip here.

The third in the line to the British throne will be taking part in a New York polo match and will be doing a couple of engagements. One of them likely would be a visit to Ground Zero, site of the 9/11 attacks.

The polo match will be a fund raiser for his Sentebale charity, which helps children in the African kingdom of Lesotho.

The charity exhibition match will take place at the Veuve Clicquot Manhattan Polo Classic on New York’s historic Governors Island on May 30th.

Prince Harry has been to the United States before, but only for private trips to Disney World and Colorado as a boy.

Given Harry’s enormous popularity with women in the States, and because he is apparently single these days, it is possible he would receive the same celebrity treatment his brother, Prince William got during a visit to Canada in 1998. There, young girls were screaming at the mere sight of the Prince.

One could only expect the same thing for Harry!

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