The young royal set out on his U.S. visit over last week and, over the weekend, he partook in a very American pastime: football. The pigskin kind, not the soccer kind.
On his Sunday visit to the U.S. Air Force Training Academy in Colorado Springs, Colo., Prince William's younger brother threw the ball around with a few cadets and helped support the cheerleaders by acting as the base to a human pyramid topped by the academy's Falcon mascot, E! reported. Tough life.
The 28-year-old admitted that he was "not that great" at American football, according to Us Weekly.
"Shall I throw or can I kick it?" he joked with his coaches. "Which part of the foot is best to use?"
His highness took on engagements on behalf of charities he's closely associated with. The events bore the central theme of supporting injured service personnel from British and U.S. forces as well as promoting British tourism. No wild romps in Vegas, since this time around the royal family is said to have ensured that Harry showed restraint and purpose during his visit, according to
Harry's trip began May 9 with a visit to Capitol Hill, where he met with Sen.
On Saturday the prince, who served in
"You've got the Olympics, you've got the
On Tuesday, he's set to visit sites ravaged by
He also plans to trek through Antarctica with wounded vets this November and December.
Talk about a reformed playboy!
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