10:36 AM EDT 05/22/2013
Originally posted 05/14/2013 02:00PM
Prince Harry landed in New Jersey Tuesday as part of his goodwill trip that's been taking him across the U.S. His visit to the Garden State is to see areas hit by Superstorm Sandy last fall.
In honor of that royal visit, PEOPLE asked a true Jersey princess, Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi, to offer some tips for the party-loving prince, and here's what the former Jersey Shore star – who'll be back for a third season of MTV's Snooki & JWOWW – and new mom has to tell Prince Harry:
Originally posted 05/10/2013 02:30PM
Continuing his active Friday in Washington, D.C., that first took him to Arlington National Cemetery, where he paid respects to the fallen, Prince Harry switched into his khakis to visit wounded soldiers and recovering servicemen at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center.
Impressed by the technology at the facility – "We've got nothing like this back in the U.K.," he said – the prince watched as a 24-year-old army specialist, Alabama-born Corey Garmon, who lost both legs in Afghanistan, walk on a virtual simulator.
"You must have been on this thing for hours," Harry, 28, told Corey, who responded, "It's a good workout."
"How many times have you been on this?" Harry then asked, only to be surprised when the soldier revealed it was his very first day.
Originally posted 05/10/2013 01:00PM
As any parents-to-be can attest, prepping for baby is work that's never done. And, in the latest royal look-a-like installment, faux Kate is no exception!
Photographer Alison Jackson – who previously shot the "royal baby shower" and the newlyweds' "first Christmas" – has thought of everything this time, from the Duchess getting her bump measured by Camilla to helping The Queen paint the nursery. HRH really can rock some coveralls!
The latest spoof series, released by Ladbrokes to launch its royal baby odds in the U.K., also includes Kate's sister Pippa helping choose baby names while Kate noshes on pickles and ice cream.
While it's not the real thing, since Kate (due in July) and Prince William are laying low while Prince Harry's U.S. visit is underway, the pics at least satisfy royal watchers' cravings as well!
– Kristin Boehm
Originally posted 05/10/2013 10:50AM
Prince Harry paid his respects to the fallen during a visit to Arlington National Cemetery on Friday.
Dressed in the ceremonial uniform of his cavalry regiment – and the sky blue cap of the Army Air Corps – Harry, 28, first laid a wreath at Section 60, the area set aside for those who have died in Iraq and Afghanistan.
His message read: "To my comrades-in-arms of the United States of America, who have paid the ultimate sacrifice in the cause of freedom." He signed it captain Harry Wales.
After stopping by a memorial to President John F. Kennedy, Harry was escorted to the Tomb of the Unknown Solider.
Originally posted 05/09/2013 07:45PM
Dozens of moms, grandmothers and children were attending a White House tea party Thursday when Michelle Obama introduced a special guest.
"Well ... Surprise!" the First Lady told the military families as a blushing Prince Harry joined them in the East Room. The guests, who had been eating cookies, cakes and smoked salmon, broke into applause.
"He's only got a limited amount of time with us but when he heard about the tea party and all of you, he wanted to be part of it to personally thank you for your service," Obama said.
Originally posted 05/09/2013 04:10PM
Why hello, Prince Harry!
The royal, 28, arrived at Dulles International Airport in Virginia Thursday afternoon to kick off his week-long visit to the U.S.
Harry was greeted at the Russell Senate Office Building in Washington, D.C., by shrieking and whooping congressional staffers and interns who lined the marble corridors with their camera phones at the ready.
In a very Senate-worthy dark gray suit and red tie, he took it all in stride. "He seemed a little – the word isn't 'embarrassed,' but he seemed to have a normal sort of sheepish reaction," said Sen. John McCain afterward, joking that he himself gets shrieking women all the time at the Capitol.
Harry also visited the White House and was expected to meet with FLOTUS Michelle Obama.
Originally posted 05/08/2013 08:45AM
Nothing like getting a helping hand – and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have more than one.
But the couple have hired one of Queen Elizabeth's long-standing housekeepers for their new home, Apartment 1a in Kensington Palace, which they plan to occupy early this fall.
She is Antonella Fresolone, 42, who is said to be unmarried, Italian, and already on the job – helping at the two-bedroom Nottingham Cottage where William and Kate are living until their larger family home is ready.
Originally posted 05/07/2013 10:40AM
The gifts will come pouring in soon enough. But the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's unborn child has already received one very special present indeed – a lullaby specially written for the baby by a respected British composer and recorded by a New Zealand soprano.
Paul Mealor, who wrote music for Prince William and Kate's royal wedding, has penned a tune called "Sleep On" as a gift to the baby, due in July. It will appear on Hayley Westenra's upcoming lullaby album Hushabye, set for release in the U.K. on June 17.
"After writing music for the royal wedding, it seemed natural to provide the musical accompaniment for the next stage of the royal couple's journey together," Mealor, 37, told the British press.
Originally posted 05/03/2013 01:45PM
Prince Rahim Aga Khan – whose grandfather Prince Aly Khan was married from 1947 to 1953 to Hollywood sex goddess Rita Hayworth – is claiming a beautiful American bride all his own.
The prince, 42, a graduate of Brown University who now works on behalf of poverty reduction for the Aga Khan Development Network (described on its website as "one of the largest private systems of agencies fostering social, cultural and economic development in Asia, Africa and the Middle East"), will wed model Kendra Spears of Seattle.
The site says that the two will marry in a Muslim ceremony at an as-yet undecided date.
Originally posted 05/03/2013 11:35AM
Ah, babies. They bring everyone together – even the royal family!
Well, sort of. In the latest scenario imagined by photographer Alison Jackson, who specializes in spoof photos of the royal family, everyone from Pippa Middleton to Camilla to The Queen gather together to fête Duchess Catherine. The faux mom-to-be unwraps onesies that say "Born to Rule" while her royal family – and one of the Queen's beloved corgis! – look on.
Jackson previously arranged a shoot with Catherine and Prince William's lookalikes for a Christmas-themed photo shoot.
And we're not quite sure, but that we're hoping that might actually be Camilla!
– Cara Lynn Shultz
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