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Tuesday, 29 June 2010

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New York, NY - Prince Harry was in town for a fun-filled weekend of firsts that included throwing out the first pitch at a New York Mets game, being the first player in a charity polo match to be thrown from his horse (he was not injured), and being the first British royal family member to take part in the NYC Gay Pride March.

Rumors surrounding Prince Harry's breakup with girlfriend Chelsey Davy were the talk of the town Sunday as witnesses saw Harry walking arm-in-arm with fellow marchers, all who were wearing pink pumps, pink and black kilts and pink t-shirts with the words "Don't Hide" spelled out in rhinestones. He was also sporting a blonde Lady Gaga-esque wig and Elton John sunglasses. "He looked rather smashing," said a fellow Englishman also in attendance at the march.

Attempts to catch up with Harry later at a trendy SoHo nightspot were futile. We're told he was partying into the wee hours of the night, however, still sporting his pink ensemble and having a great time with his fellow marchers. An unidentified source also told us that Harry was seen dancing the hustle with Clay Aiken, but that rumor can't be confirmed. If it's true, then perhaps disco isn't dead after all.

No word yet if Harry attended the march as a sightseer, a participant, or was just pulling yet another prank on his stuffy old dad.

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