Prince Harry Is Headed Back to the U.S. -- We Can't Wait

Buy your plane tickets now. Prince Harry and his hot beard are coming to America a lot sooner than we thought — and his first destination is a state that's for lovers, which is perfect since one of you will marry him and let the rest of us live vicariously through you.


The 31-year-old royal will land in Virginia on Wednesday, where he will join Michelle Obama and Dr. Jill Biden at Fort Belvoir military base to attend an event in support of the Invictus Games Orlando 2016. It was originally thought that, as a patron of the Invictus Games Foundation, he would travel to the U.S. in May, when the games take place. But he's coming earlier than we thought to tour the USO Warrior and Family Center and meet with wounded servicemen and -women who are in recovery and rehabilitation programs.

Kensington Palace also revealed Harry will follow in Kate Middleton and Prince William's footsteps and shine a light on mental health by showing his support for programs that help veterans suffering from invisible conditions like PTSD. From Virginia, Harry is expected to travel to Washington, D.C., where he will attend an Invictus Games board meeting and reception at the British Ambassador's home.

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Harry seems to have genuinely positive feelings about America, and anytime he has visited he has had himself a good time (Miami and Las Vegas come to mind). But this new, more serious and mature prince the world is getting to see is a breath of fresh air. New Harry is stepping up to the plate in a major way and representing his family with class, wit, and dignity.

So, basically, he's the world's most eligible bachelor and all of you bachelorettes out there need to get yourselves to the East Coast pronto and report back after you've made contact with the prince. We're all rooting for you.


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