Prince Harry Comes to Greenwich

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Prince Harry sporting his "Sentebale" polo outfit to support the young children suffering from HIV/AIDS in this poor nation. courtesy of http://photos.posh24.com/p/1242838/z/sexy_celebrity/prince_harry_sentebale_cup_cow.jpg

Prince Harry sporting his "Sentebale" polo outfit to support the young children suffering from HIV/AIDS in this poor nation. courtesy of http://photos.posh24.com/p/1242838/z/sexy_celebrity/prince_harry_sentebale_cup_cow.jpg
Prince Harry sporting his “Sentebale” polo outfit to support the young children suffering from HIV/AIDS in this poor nation.
courtesy of http://photos.posh24.com/p/1242838/z/sexy_celebrity/prince_harry_sentebale_cup_cow.jpg

Prince Harry of the British Royal Family will be embarking on a week-long visit to the United States, which will feature an appearance in Greenwich Wednesday, May 15. The 28-year-old Prince will be participating in an invitation-only charity polo match at the Greenwich Polo Club.
The Sentebale Royal Salute Polo Cup benefits the impoverished African nation of Lesotho, a nation very close to Prince Harry’s heart. Upon visiting the small country in 2004, Prince Harry and Prince Seeiso of Lesotho created a charity called Sentebale, which helps children who are susceptible to HIV/AIDS, a growing epidemic in this small nation.
“I had no idea that Prince Harry had this charity. I think it’s a very good cause and shows that he really cares,” sophomore Priscilla Valdez said.
The New York Times states that Harry will be on his best behavior while in the United States, and that this trip will be for business and charitable purposes only. Students at Convent of the Sacred Heart are very interested about his visit to their hometown.
“I think it’s so exciting that Prince Harry will be in Greenwich, and especially cool that it is for such a good cause,” sophomore Jordan Cohen said.
According to Greenwich Times, Connecticut residents have nearly no chance of seeing the Prince due to the intensive security which will be surrounding him at all times. Additionally, there are no tickets on sale for the exciting match, making it very difficult for even the VIPs of Greenwich to get in.
 
– Kim Smith, Staff Writer