Supposedly single yet again, I'm sure he and Chelsy will be back together in no time. I won't hold my breath. In other news, Zac and Jen were out and about too looking pretty and also doing good. Look how philanthropic we're all getting.
Looking awfully adorable in Maui, Zac attended the Maui Film Festival and it looks like he's been honored at the awards.
It's good to see him with Director, Kenny Ortega again of HSM3 fame. I kind of wish they'd go back to those movie, but I'm looking forward to Charlie St. Cloud.
Jenn's been do gooding with the Early Childhood Education Press Conference. Jen helped with the launch of the K2K Text-ithon to raise money for the cause. All I can say is smiley Jen always makes me happy. Especially when she's helping out.
And see, Jen can get all glammed up too. She looked great in her one-shouldered Alberta Feretti pink gown for the Grand Opening of the Casino Club at The Greenbrier. So lovely to see her out with Ben, even without the kids
Harry in Africa
On the first stop at Bostwana, Harry gave a speech at the High Commission during a garden party in celebration of the birthday of Queen Elizabeth II. I wonder who writes his speeches.
Joining Harry, William drops by the Mokolodi Education Centre in Bostwana. It's a very Britney scene we have with the rock python.
Hanging out with deaf kids at the Centre in Bostwana, Harry looks adorable with all the those kids. He really does remind me of his mom
Harry also visited the St Leonard's Herd Boy School in Lesotho. The princes were there to visit their charities Sentebale (Prince Harry) and Tusk Trust (Prince William)
Finally, the princes get to watch a 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa Group C match between England and Algeria at Green Point Stadium in South Africa while also rubbing shoulders with David Beckham for the bid for the next World Cup. Too much pretty in one picture.
Harry in New York
Though I'm not a fan of firearms, I have to say Harry is looking good with his M4 riffle at the US Military Academy range in Westpoint Military Academy Camp. Who doesn't love a man in uniform?
And more speeches to give for Harry at thee USS Intrepid. All I have to say is looking handsome in the suit Harry.
On his second day, Harry drops by UNICEF in support of British and American war veterans. Lucky employees. You can tell they dressed up for this.
Then it's off to the Minnesota Twins and New York Mets game at Citi Field so that Harry can give the opening pitch for the game in Flushing, Queens. I have never been a fan of baseball, but suddenly I'm kinda interested.
On his third day, Harry joins the 'Hope and Possibility' run in Central Park. Boy does this make me wish I were in shape to join
Finally, for the main event of his trip, Harry played some polo at the 3rd annual Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic on Governors Island. Though he fell off his horse during the game, he got off unscathed. That's passion.