Prince Harry, the Beta Prince of England, has arrived in those former colonies known as America, his first official visit to the United States since he was photographed having a good time while naked in Las Vegas, Nev.

Harry, 28, landed in Washington, D.C., on Thursday, the first stop on his seven-day trip to six American cities. He will visit Capitol Hill and meet with members of the Halo Trust, an anti-landmine charity that his mother, Princess Diana, started just before her death in 1997. On Friday, he will visit Arlington National Cemetery and lay a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.

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Prince Harry gives an interview to media in an Apache helicopter repair hanger at Camp Bastion, southern Afghanistan, in this photograph taken Dec. 12, 2012 and released Jan. 26. The prince, who served as a pilot/gunner with 662 Squadron Army Air Corps, returned to Britain on Jan. 23 from his posting to Afghanistan. Reuters/John Stillwell/Pool

After D.C., Harry will travel to Colorado to participate in the Warrior Games in Colorado Springs over the weekend, before returning to the East Coast to visit sites in New Jersey damaged by Hurricane Sandy with Gov. Chris Christie.

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Prince Harry speaks to children during a visit to the Russell Youth Club in Nottingham, central England, April 25. Reuters/Darren Staples

Harry will arrive in New York on Tuesday night after visiting New Jersey to attend an event put on by the Great campaign, an organization that promotes bringing students to the UK to study, CBS reports. He will depart on Wednesday, but not before playing a spot of polo in Greenwich, Conn., to support the Sentebale Charity, a group he founded with Prince Seesio of Lesotho to help Mosotho children.

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Harry attends the Sentebale gala dinner in Johannesburg, Feb. 27. According to the organization's website, Sentebale is a charity founded by Prince Harry and Lesotho's Prince Seeiso to help Lesotho's vulnerable children. Reuters/Moeletsi Mabe/Poo
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Harry, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, and her husband, Prince William, from left, raise their wands on the set used to depict Diagon Alley in the Harry Potter films, during the inauguration of Warner Bros. Studios Leavesden in London April 26. Reuters/Chris Jackson/Pool