While Cressida was out reportedly ‘showing Harry what he was missing,‘ Prince Harry was on an EasyJet flight to Estonia for the first day of the three-day tour. He laid a wreath at the War of Independence Victory Column, and then gave a speech at the Estonia Parliament.
The second day included meeting with Estonian troops who had been deployed with the British troops to Afghanistan since 2006. The Prince met with an old military friend he had met during his own tour to Afghanistan, the two laughed about how the Prince would often ask to use his mate’s computer to write to his girlfriend back home at the time, Chelsy Davy.
His last day began with royal duties where the Prince met with WWII veterans at an unveiling ceremony at Maxxi museum. The Prince then decided to do some site seeing of his own with a tour of the Colosseum, much to the surprise of other tourists.
While the world has been keeping up with reports of his tour, Americans have been cringing from their couches as we have been subjected to the travesty that is “I Wanna Marry ‘Harry.'” It’s a ‘reality’ show that has 12 American women vying to woo a (fake) Prince Harry–only they don’t know that it’s not the real Harry. Yes, it’s as silly as it sounds, and even worse.
You can read a recap of the first episode here.
Or we can just forget this whole thing ever happened…yeah, let’s do that.