Wild for Prince Harry
He's been in the States less than a week, but there are plenty of ladies who think Prince Harry should apply for permanent residency. On his very first day in town, his predominantly female fan club lines up to catch a glimpse of the royal before he tours a Washington, D.C., photo exhibit displaying the work of The Halo Trust. (Is that Harry's future princess in the pencil skirt? You decide.)
The irony is not lost here: As Harry tours the anti-landmine photography exhibition, royal watchers armed with camera phones see a photo op of their own.
On an otherwise solemn visit Friday to the Arlington National Cemetery, the prince is greeted by a throng of (presumably) Bieber-aged youngsters playing paparazzi.
MAKING A SPLASH
Even the American sweetheart of the Summer Olympics agrees. Swimming gold medalist Missy Franklin looks more than ready to take the plunge into the, er, dating pool after meeting the not-so-single prince at his Friday tour stop in Sedalia, Colo., where he hit all the right notes with a birthday serenade. "And the perfect way to end my 18th birthday!?" she wrote on Instagram. "Meeting Prince Harry!"
WHAT'S THE SCOOP?
A SHORE THING
It's not the first time a crush has developed on the Seaside Heights boardwalk – the backdrop of MTV's Jersey Shore – so it's no surprise Harry turned heads on his Governor Chris Christie-guided tour of New Jersey. And we're sure he'll be leaving behind a trail of broken hearts when he wraps his tour on Wednesday.