The infamous photo of Prince Harry in Las Vegas has done nothing to dampen America's love for the 'bad boy' Royal, as his latest tour shows.
Prince Harry surveyed the damage wreaked by Superstorm Sandy in a neighbourhood of New Jersey on the sixth day of his US visit.
Prince Harry was left looking bemused as he and David Cameron were presented with 'lookalike' dolls during a visit to the United States.
Prince William said Tedworth House made him and his brother, Prince Harry, "very, very proud" as he declared the recovery centre officially open.
He said: "It is an enormous pleasure to be here at Tedworth House. This place, and what Help for Heroes and its partners have done here, makes Harry and me very, very proud."
The Duke of Cambridge has arrived at Tedworth House in Wiltshire at the start of his visit to officially open the new Help for Heroes Recovery Centre
Prince William and Prince Harry will officially open the first Help for Heroes recovery centre at Tedworth House
- The centre has the capacity to accommodate 50 residents, 4 families and over 150 day visitors.
- It is designed to support those wounded while serving their country to rebuild every aspect of their life, from the moment they are well enough to leave full time medical care.
Help for Heroes founder Bryn Parry told ITV's Daybreak that it will be "like welcoming part of the team back" when Prince William and Prince Harry officially open one of their four new recovery centres.
The charity is building, equipping and running four centres in Tidworth, Catterick, Colchester and Plymouth to provide ongoing support for wounded, injured and sick service personnel and veterans.
The Duke of Cambridge and Prince Harry will visit Tedworth House in Tidworth later as they offically open the new Help for Heroes Recovery Centre.
The Princes will meet injured service personnel, veterans and their families.
The Queen met members of a lifeboat crew and admired the RNLB The Princess Royal during a visit to St Ives RNLI in Cornwall.
Hundreds of well-wishers cheered and waved in the Cornish sunshine to welcome the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh.
The Queen, wearing a lilac coat and matching hat with a black patent handbag and court shoes, and Philip, in a dark suit and gold tie, arrived at St Erth station on the Royal Train before transferring to a scheduled service to St Ives.
They were then taken by car to St Ives RNLI, where they were greeted at 10.40am by hundreds of locals who lined the seafront.
Prince Charles was accosted by an "old friend" during a visit to a school in Stoke-on-Trent.
The woman ran up to the Prince outside The Co-operative Academy and when stopped by security, insisted: "I know him!"
The Prince engaged the woman in a short conversation before getting into his car and the woman left with a big smile on her face.
Prince Harry has thanked the people of America for their "extraordinary generosity", it comes as the Prince ended his seven day tour in the US.
His final day was spent playing in his fund-raising Sentebale Polo Cup match, and is believed to have raised a million dollars (£660,000) to help fund the work of his charity.
The Prince has been showcased as a modern, hard-working royal, providing a stark contrast to last summer's nude photograph, where he was photographed during a "strip billiards" party in a £5,000-a-night hotel in Las Vegas.
Speaking yesterday to the 400 polo guests who helped raise the funds for his Sentebale charity, Harry said: "This is the last day of my tour around the United States. Thank you for a wonderful week.
"I have witnessed the extraordinary generosity of the people of this great nation."