Prince Harry ended his tour around the United States, but not before having attended sereval obligations as a member of the British Royal Family.
On Tuesday, Harry visited areas affected by Hurricane Sandy, which left thousands of homeless people and economic losses. Then he went to New Jersey to promote British businesses in Manhattan, accompanied by Prime Minister David Cameron.
The third in line of succession to the British crown, took advantage of his stay in New York to participate in a baseball game for the RBI organization, which works for underprivileged youth through the sport.
On Wednesday, the young prince took his last day to play a polo match to raise funds for Sentebale foundation.