Britain's Prince Harry broke hearts in Washington's corridors of power, showing more interest in landmines than in the excited fans who greeted him at the start of a week-long US visit.
Britain's Prince Harry is greeted by US Senator John McCain (L) as he arrives on May 9, 2013 in Washington, DC. Young women swooned in Washington's corridors of power Thursday as Britain's Prince Harry began a week-long tour of the United States clearly showing more interest in landmines.
Squeals ricocheted down the halls of the Russell Senate Office Building on Capitol Hill as the 28-year-old eligible bachelor inspected a photo exhibit set up by the HALO Trust, a charity favored by his late mother Princess Diana.
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