Tuesday, May 14, 2013
Residents of a New Jersey shore community devastated by Superstorm Sandy are waiting for the arrival of Britain's Prince Harry.
They have put up Union Jack flags and signs including one reading: "Prince Harry please come back when we're restored."
Harry's first stop is the town of Mantoloking. He will be joined by Gov. Chris Christie and his wife, Mary Pat.
Among those waiting for him are members of the Bowden family, four siblings who shared a summer house that was destroyed by the storm in October.
A member of the family, 17-year-old Camilla Bowden, says she came to see Harry for one reason -- "'cause he's my future husband."