Harry Hunters, I have some good news. The prince will be hanging out in the U.S. for two whole months. That’s right. So shine up your favorite shoes, try to hide the crazy, and go out and get you some royalty!
Prince Harry is headed to Cali, and while it’s all business, you know he’s gonna mix a little pleasure in, too. He’ll be spending time in California and Arizona for a series of Apache helicopter training courses. The exact locations of where the prince will be have not been disclosed, but his spokesman, Nick Loughran, did confirm the visit.
Back in June, it was reported that Harry will probably be fighting insurgents in Afghanistan summer of 2012. So after his time in the U.S, Harry will be being re-deployed to Afghanistan. A spokesperson from Clarence House said:
“Harry is an Army pilot and will deploy wherever the Army chooses to send him. His course finishes in 2012 and after that his deployment will be a matter for the Army chain of command."
And Harry Hunters are so determined to nab this guy, I wouldn’t be surprised if they went all the way to the war-torn country to find him.
So in case you’ve been reading this and saying, “what the hell is a Harry Hunter?”, I’ll explain. Harry Hunters are girls who are desperately trying to be princesses by hunting down Prince Harry. A lot of these girls are from the States and have traveled overseas to try and get his attention.
For example, Courtney Fleming is a California resident who traveled to England to hunt down the prince. She hung out at his haunts, and tried to put herself in the same circle of young aristocrats.
“Sometimes the men are taken when they find out I’m from Los Angeles,” Fleming says. “But there’s this stereotype that American girls are loud and obnoxious, so you have to find the right balance.”
In the same boat with Fleming is Taylor McKinley, a student who began taking classes overseas at the University of Leicester. In high school, McKinley refused to date, as she wanted to “hold out for royalty.” In England, McKinley hangs out at Harry’s favorite bars and restaurants. And while everyone around her most likely thinks she’s crazy, Taylor isn’t giving up hope. “I’m one of those people who only reads books with happy endings,” she says.
Good luck with that. You only have about six million competitors.