Transcript for Prince Harry, Chris Christie Visit Hurricane Sandy Communities
happens when a high spirited prince from britain meets a governor who says he's here to keep this kid in line. On the jersey shore, prince harry and governor chris christie were on the move today for a reason. Abc's bob woodruff was there. Reporter: The prince, governor chris christie at his side, was greeted like a rockstar. Touring the homes lost in sandy, and the boardwalk in seaside heights, where the roller coaster that had washed into the sea finally came down. Its replacement will be called "the superstorm." It's the american spirit, isn't it? Everyone getting together and making things right. It's fantastic. Reporter: Very moving moments here when he won this stuffed elephant for 11-year-old taylor. She decided she would name it harry. He's really handsome, and he has a nice personality. Reporter: One reason the prince came here was because of an american he met serving in afghanistan who lost his home to sandy. In these neighborhoods, the people were happy to see him. What do you think about harry being here? Anything that throws a little more attention on it. Reporter: This has been a very successful trip for prince harry. He has shown maturity and emotion. But many of us are wondering if he is very different than he was during that scandal that broke out last year in las vegas. This week harry was advocating for the causes closest to him. Visiting walter reed, the warrior games in colorado springs. And today, playing baseball with kids in harlem. Bob woodruff, abc news, new york.
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