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Prince Harry arrives in US, but no nude romps in Las Vegas on agenda (VIDEO, PHOTOS)


Britain's Prince Harry looks at a "Batsuit" used in the Batman films during the Inauguration Of Warner Bros Studios in Leavesden, north London, on April 26, 2013.



The "Hangover Redux" jokes can start any time.

Prince Harry of Britain is arriving in the US, but despite tabloid hopes, he will not be making a stop in Las Vegas this time.

His most recent visit to America's Sin City ended in photographs of the third-in-line to the British throne romping naked around a hotel suite with some like-minded ladies just weeks before beginning his tour of duty in Afghanistan.

CNN quoted him as saying of the mischief, which made worldwide headlines:

"I probably let myself down, I let my family down, I let other people down. It was probably a classic example of me probably being too much army, and not enough prince."

According to ABC News, Harry will directly into Washington DC, arriving on Thursday on a commercial flight.

He'll be representing queen and country, reportedly focusing on charities, injured veterans and communities affected by Hurricane Sandy.

He's also expected to try his hand at baseball in a "socially and economically challenged" part of the city for the sake of a charity he, brother William and sister-in-law Kate run, The New York Daily News added.

And he'll make several charity stops to benefit HALO, the land mine-clearing organization championed by his mother, the late Princess Diana.

The 28-year-old British Army helicopter pilot will also lay a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Arlington National Cemetery, honoring service men and women who have died in combat.

Then he'll tour the Walter Reed Medical Center, inspecting the prosthetics and rehabilitation center for wounded veterans.

There's also a fundraising polo match to play in Connecticut.

The official website of the British Royal family states that:

Prince Harry endeavors to combine his personal interests with casting a light on service, duty and excellence in the country, which is key part of his role as a member of the Royal Family.