Prince Harry is reportedly Yale-bound. The 31-year-old British royal as reports stated is heading to Yale Law School. There were reports in a section of the media that the prince had decided to study in Connecticut as his next move after leaving the army.

However, a Kensington Palace spokeswoman confirmed that reports pertaining to Harry going to attend Yale Law School are not true. There was great excitement among students at Yale about the world’s most eligible bachelor to study as one of them. There was a huge amount of buzz amongst Yale students at the Ivy League university as the rumor gained momentum.

“Everyone was talking about it around the campus,” one student told  Page Six. Another source added that “Yale would be over the moon to get Harry as a student.” The insider said with Harry around, the university would be able to do huge amounts of fundraising.

Royal watchers were skeptical of Harry joining Yale. Talking about the Windsors, an insider said that the young prince was not the brightest in the family. His entrance exam for Eton was delayed because “he was not considered up to taking it,” the insider added.

Meanwhile, the 31-year-old prince will carry out his first official visit to Nepal on March 19. The four-day tour will witness the royal shunning five-star treatment for an overnight stay with a local Nepalese family at their rural home in a remote hillside village. Harry wanted to experience first-hand the culture of people living in the foothills of the Himalayas.

Moved by the stories of resilience of the Nepali people following the earthquakes last year, Harry is determined to help the country in its attempts to rebuild. The fifth in line to the British throne was speaking at a briefing by MapAction of which he is a patron. The charity uses skilled mapping professionals to help co-ordinate the emergency response in the aftermath of a natural disaster.

Harry announced on Wednesday that the third Invictus Games will be held in Toronto, Canada in September 2017. He will be heading to host an event for the Invictus Games in Orlando, Florida in May. In an interview with “Good Morning America” Harry explained that he felt compelled to support veterans following his own experiences in the army. The British royal launched the tournament for wounded, injured and sick servicemen and women.