Although Prince Harry was in NYC, he may have felt a bit at home as he hopped on a special London tour bus with UK Prime Minister David Cameron. They arrived at Milk Studios in the Big Apple, where the red double-decker was included in a showcase of British trailblazers in technology as a part of the GREAT campaign, which promotes the UK around the world. He later rolled up his sleeves to try his hand at America's game — baseball. He visited the field in Harlem to launch a partnership between the Harlem RBI and The Royal Foundation of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry. It was a busy day for Prince Harry, who made a visit to the Jersey Shore this morning, where he accompanied New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie to survey the damage left behind by Hurricane Sandy.
Prince Harry and the governor toured Seaside Heights, which was one of the areas most devastated by October's hurricane. After promising to keep Prince Harry fully clothed during his visit — a joke made in relation to Harry's nude photo scandal in Las Vegas last year — Gov. Christie kept true to his vow by gifting the visiting royal with a version of his own fleece and joked on Twitter, "Greeting Prince Harry at the Jersey Shore the best way I know how; with his own Royal Fleece."
The royal is making his first visit to the US since his mishap in Las Vegas and has already made stops in Colorado, Maryland, and Washington DC since kicking off his tour last week. Over the weekend, he attended the Warrior Games in Colorado Springs, CO, where he was treated to cheerleaders and football as part of the Paralympics-style competition for wounded and disabled veterans.