PRINCE HARRY'S SCHEDULE
May 9: Harry will visit Capitol Hill, where he'll meet with Sen. John McCain to see an exhibit conducted by Halo Trust, a charity that aids war-torn countries with the removal of landmines--an issue Harry's mother, Prince Di, cared deeply about. The prince will then attend a dinner and reception at the British Ambassador's residence.
May 10: The prince visits Arlington National Cemetery, where he'll lay a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, then head to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, where he'll see prosthetics and visit wounded soldiers at a rehab center. He'll then fly to Denver.
May 10: Harry will attend an evening reception hosted by the Consul-General.
May 11: Harry will attend the 2013 Warrior Games, a sporting competition for wounded veterans. For the first time, a British team will compete in the games. Harry will watch the opening ceremony, then have brunch with the British team. The rest of the day, he'll cheer his team on, then spend the evening with them, privately.
May 12: The Prince will watch a cycling event at the US Air Force Academy.
May 13: Harry will join NJ Governor Chris Christie to visit various coastal towns that were hardest hit by Hurricane Sandy, including Mantoloking and Seaside Heights. The tour will include visiting some homes and residents of those affected by the storm.
New York City
May 14: Harry will play a game of baseball in a "socially and economically challenged" part of the city to promote the Coach Core program, which one of his charities run. The charity aims to improve training facilities for inner-city children. He will also attend a reception and dinner for American friends of the Royal Foundation.
May 15: Harry will play in the 4th Annual Sentebale Royal Salute Polo Cup at the Greenwich Polo Club. The match is a fundraiser for the prince's Africa-based charity, Senteble, which helps vulnerable children in Lesotho. Celebs and Hollywood bigwigs will be at the Polo match, including Dan Stevens, who played Matthew Crawley on Downton Abbey.
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