Polo is on the agenda for Prince Harry's grand return to the U.S.

Prince Harry Returning to America, But Not Vegas

Fun-loving prince was photographed naked during last trip.

Polo is on the agenda for Prince Harry's grand return to the U.S.
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Americans hoping to get an eyeful of Prince Harry will get another chance this May when the third-in-line to the British throne returns to the U.S. for a trip to promote various charities.

Harry's last trip to the U.S. infamously ended when photos leaked of the prince nakedly partying at a Las Vegas hotel. TMZ first published the photos, which showed Harry enjoying himself with no clothes on.

During that night in Vegas, the prince reportedly invited a dozen attractive young women to his hotel suite. "Everyone was drunk and they began playing a game of strip pool," a source told The Sun. "Before long the Prince was naked. ... There was lots of fooling around and bear-hugging."

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Immediately after the scandal broke, Radar Online reported that a video of the escapades was quietly being shopped around, with the owner aware of its possible top-dollar value. The video—if it exists—has not been made public.

After the wild visit to Las Vegas, Harry embarked on a four-month tour with the British military to Afghanistan, where he said in January he had killed Taliban fighters in his role as an Apache helicopter pilot.

The forthcoming trip, announced Monday, will feature appearances in Washington, Denver, Colorado Springs, New York, New Jersey and Connecticut, The Daily Mail reports.

Sky News reports that Harry will visit Arlington National Ceremony and "attend an exhibition on Capitol Hill about landmine clearing." In Colorado Springs, he will reportedly attend the Warrior Games for injured veterans. He will also compete in a polo match during his time in Connecticut.

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