Prince Harry And His Unusual Entourage Tour New Jersey In A Big Red London Bus
Prince Harry tried his hand on the amusements at Jersey Shore today, and rode around in a bus too.
Prince Harry is the royal currently on tour to spread the good word of the House of Windsor, with the red headed third in line for the throne currently in New Jersey on the fifth day of his tour.
The royal met up with NJ Governor Chris Christie in the morning, with the two visiting parts of the state ravaged by last years Hurricane Sandy. The pair headed to the devastated Mantoloking where the prince was gifted a Mantoloking Police Department cap. Earlier Christie had presented the prince with another clothing freebie; a fleece meant as a token of New Jersey's gratitude. The pair even headed to Seaside Heights, where MTV's Jersey Shore is filmed, and took in a few fair ground games for good measure.
Later in the day, Harry met up with the British PM David Cameron - who ran away from home after his political party became embroiled in a dispute over Britain's position in the European Union - in New York. The two rode around in a London bus in what was apparently an attempt to promote British trade, and also because the PM apparently doesn't have anything better to do.
Understandably, Harry was keen to ditch Cameron, and was later found in a Harlem baseball field where he played ball with some local schoolchildren. Harry humbly met with the locals and played some baseball with the kids and local, waving and chatting with the watching punters. Apparently, the price also managed to apply his rounders skills and made himself useful on the diamond.
Prince Harry, or 'The Prince of Harlem' as he's now known