MANTOLOKING, N.J. (AP) — 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 (mahn-toh-LOH'-king). 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."