Prince Harry to visit the U.S. in May


(CBS News) Britain's Prince Harry will make an official visit to the United States in May, according to an announcement detailing the six-day trip from Clarence House on Monday morning. The prince will be in the U.S. from May 9 through May 15 on behalf of several charities and the British government.

His visit will primarily focus on injured servicemen and women and he is scheduled to attend a landmine clearance exhibition on Capitol Hill before spending time at Arlington National Cemetery and Walter Reed Medical Center in Maryland.

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The 28-year-old royal is also scheduled to attend the Warrior Games, for wounded veterans, in Colorado Springs and visit New York City for an event promoting community-based youth athletics. Harry will wrap up his trip with a visit to New Jersey towns ravaged by Hurricane Sandy and a stop in Greenwich, Connecticut, to take part in a polo match.

Harry's last visit to the U.S. was in May 2012, when he attended a reception at the British Ambassador's residence in Washington, D.C. Several months after that visit, photos showing a naked Prince Harry alongside a female companion surfaced, reportedly taken inside the prince's VIP suite at  Las Vegas hotel after a game of "strip-pool." The royal family confirmed they were indeed pictures of Harry.

For more details on Prince Harry's upcoming visit, watch the "CBS This Morning" report above.