TODAY | May 15, 2013
>> last day of prince harry 's visit to the u.s. ben fogle has been following along, stalking maybe we'll call it.
>> good morning, savannah. prince harry is in new york as he gets set to wrap up his tour with an american seal of approval for the british royal. last night, a formal fund-raiser for his royal foundation. continuing a charitable charge across america.
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>> reporter: earlier in the day prince harry began the final leg of his u.s. tour on the jersey shore . surveying the devastation left by super storm sandy. and the ongoing restoration in the company of governor chris christie . meeting locals affected by the storm. and those working to repair the damage. the prince was impressed.
>> everyone getting together and making things right. it's fantastic.
>> reporter: also making time for fun and games . as the prince and the politician helped win some local children stuffed toys.
>> good luck! [ cheers ]
>> reporter: next stop, new york city . and now with someone from british politics . he and prime minister david cameron attending an event for british business. this time getting a prize of his own with the uk leader. then a change-up to the day, swapping politicians on the boardwalk and the bus for kids on the baseball diamond . launching a partnership between a harlem inner city youth project and a foundation he shares with the duke and duchess of cambridge. the prince practiced with the players in the program before going 3 for 3 against a yankee great.
>> he's a natural. he's never hit a baseball before in his h life. that's impressive.
>> when he hit the ball everybody was like --
>> reporter: did you think he was dreamy?
>> i touched his hair!
>> later today the prince will play in a polo match before heading back to britain. i'm on my way there to catch up.
>> this is a fun assignment for you, ben.
>> i can't complain.
>> any chance the kids thought you were prince harry ?
>> they may have.
>> i think i'm a little bit old sadly. but they were psyched to have him there. it was a popular event.
>> thank you, ben.