Prince Harry. Photo by Stephane De Sakutin, AFP/Getty Images.
No Las Vegas stop this time. But we'll still give the news two thumbs up.
Clarence House announced this morning that Prince Harry, 28, will visit the United States May 9-15.
He will be "undertaking engagements on behalf of charities with which the Prince is closely associated," says the palace.
Does that mean partying will be kept to a minimum for the eligible young royal?
He'll head to Washington for an exhibition on Capitol Hill on landmine clearance and a British Ambassador's reception. He'll also visit Arlington National Cemetery and the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center.
In Denver, he will attend a Consul-General's reception.
In Colorado Springs, he'll attend several events at the 2013 Warrior Games.
In New York City, he'll headline an event to promote the GREAT campaign, a community baseball program involving a new partnership with the Royal Foundation of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry.
He'll visit an area in New Jersey badly hit by Hurricane Sandy.
And in Connecticut, Harry will be part of the Sentebale Polo Cup in Greenwich.
More details will be announced later.
Ann Oldenburg, USA TODAY
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