Here’s Where To Go To Stalk Prince Harry On His US Tour


Let’s clear one thing up: we don’t really endorse stalking. But if you’re going to tail offer your support to Prince Harry on his upcoming U.S. tour, well, we’ve got you covered.

The redheaded royal will be making the rounds stateside from May 9-15, making stops in Colorado Springs, Washington D.C., Denver, New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut. Here’s a look at how his itinerary is shaping up:

Washington D.C (May 9-10): Harry will tour an exhibition on landmine clearance on Capitol Hill and attend a dinner and reception at the British Ambassador’s residence. The following day, he will visit Arlington National Cemetery and the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, before heading over to Colorado for the next leg of his trip.

Denver, CO (May 10): He will attend the Consul-General’s Reception. According to reports, Olympians from the London 2012 games may be in attendance, though no word on whether the Prince’s old buddy Ryan Lochte will be one of them.

Colorado Springs (May 11-12): Harry will attend a full day of events associated with the 2013 Warrior Games in support of wounded service members.

New Jersey (May 14): He will meet with hard-hit survivors of Hurricane Sandy. (So, lurk around the coastal towns to narrow down your hunt.)

New York City (May 14): The royal’s appearances will include a baseball — NOT billiards — game in support of the Royal Foundation of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry, an event to promote the GREAT campaign, and a reception and dinner for American friends of the Royal Foundation. Our invitation must’ve gotten lost in the mail.

Greenwich, CT (May 15): Harry will participate in the Sentebale Royal Salute Polo Cup match to promote his own Africa-based charity. Don your best hats, everyone!

Happy royal watching!

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