Britain's Prince Harry will visit Mantoloking and Seaside Heights during a May 14 visit to New Jersey to survey damage from Superstorm Sandy, a report from The Associated Press said Monday.
Mantoloking Mayor George Nebel said Gov. Christie will accompany the prince on a brief walk down Barnegat Lane – which runs along Barnegat Bay – and then head to Seaside Heights, according to the report.
Security will be tight and local residents will most likely not be able to see the prince, the news organization reported.
Christie's office told Patch Monday that the details of the prince's visit were being handled by the British consulate in New York City. Patch contacted and left a message with the consulate's press office on the matter.
Christie, in March, notably said on New Jersey 101.5's "Ask the Governor" program that he would keep tabs on Harry during his visit to New Jersey, and that he was "thrilled" the prince wanted to visit the state and be helpful in the process of recovering from Sandy.