"Well, surprise!" said loudly first lady Michelle Obama, co-hosted by second woman Jill Biden at the White House celebration, as tables of women and kids clapped and cheered and Prince Harry blushed and grinned next to her.
Making his first trip to America since that his infamous Las Vegas episode, Royal prince Harry showed up in Washington D.C. yesterday, surprising a crowd at a White House tea party.
Harry got to Dulles International Flight terminal Thursday afternoon on a commercial flight from London for the first day of a week-long trip to the United States to promote Britain, raise money for charity and cheer on wounded veterans.
On Friday, Harry will lay a wreath at Arlington, and visit wounded veterinarians at Walter Reed National Armed force Medical. He'll then fly to Colorado to support on veterans at the Warrior Games over the weekend in Colorado Springs.
Next week he will tour Hurricane Sandy damage in New Jersey with Gov. Chris Christie, promote British tourism and go to a charity fundraising event in New York, and play in a polo match in Greenwich, Conn., to raise money for his African children's charity.