The palace has announced that the party prince, Harry, is returning to the United States in May to promote his charity work.
Here, OKMagazine.com's suggestions of things Prince Harry can do to stay out of trouble in five of the places he'll be stopping this spring!
Like Las Vegas, temptation is everywhere in the Big Apple, and Prince Harry is going to have to play it safe. That means no fist pumping in the clubs.
Instead, Harry could get his groove on at a Broadway musical, like Rock of Ages.
Danger! The "Garden State" is home to that Las Vegas clone, Atlantic City. Trouble is getting too close for comfort.
Harry is going to have to keep it classy when he heads to President Obama's home turf, Washington D.C.
The royal could show he's interested in politics as much as parties with a visit to the White House and other historical sites in the city.
Take note, Harry: The "Mile-High City" has nothing to do with the "mile-high club."
Now that we've got that straight, Harry can't go wrong by combining two of America's favorite pastimes—beer (not too much, of course) and baseball—with a tour of Coors Field, home of the Colorado Rockies baseball team.
After a successful trip with no scandal, Prince Harry will feel on top of the world. What better place to end his time in the U.S. than Pikes Peak, the mountain that soars 8,000 feet above Colorado Springs!
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