Britain's Prince Harry arrived in Washington, D.C.,on last week and immediately headed for the Russell Rotunda to meet Arizona Sen. John McCain to view an anti-landmine exhibit by the HALO Trust, an organization that was important to his late mother, Princess Diana. While in Washington, he attended an event at the White House for military families hosted by first lady Michelle Obama. He also paid his respects at Arlington National Cemetery and visited wounded soldiers at Walter Reed Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland.
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From there, he headed to Colorado and the U.S. Olympic training center, where he participated and watched the Wounded Warrior Games, at which members of the British armed forces competed. He headed back east Monday and spent Tuesday in New Jersey touring some of the areas hardest hit by Superstorm Sandy.
Now he's in New York City to promote Britain's GREAT campaign -- an campaign to encourage people to visit and invest in Great Britain -- and he ended his trip in Greenwich, Connecticut, at the Sentebale Cup at the Greenwich Polo Club.