Prince Harry’s Whanganui trip ‘exciting’ for ‘younger women’

Britain’s Prince Harry’s trip to Whanganui will be “especially exciting” for “younger women”, according to Mayor Annette Main.
New Zealand’s Prime Minister John Key yesterday (13.04.15) announced that the district of Whanganui would be among the locations visited by the flame-haired royal on his tour of the country next month.
And Whanganui Mayor Annette Main has now expressed her delight at the people of New Zealand being given the opportunity to meet the dashing young prince.
She told TV One’s ‘Breakfast’: “It’s pretty exiting, especially for a lot of the younger women.
“Across the district people are pretty pleased to have a royal visit … It’s a tight schedule, we have been trying to figure out what to do with the few hours we have with him.”
Prince Harry, 30 – who is currently in Australia – will be in Whanganui for approximately six hours and is scheduled to meet with RSA members and complete a “meet and greet”.
The Mayor added: “The last [royal] visit that I recall was [Harry’s parents, Prince] Charles and [Princess] Diana when they came to visit Prince Edward when he was a tutor at Wanganui Collegiate.”