Days after setting female Capitol staffers' hearts aflutter, Prince Harry is visiting New Jersey right now, getting a personal tour of Hurricane Sandy's damage from NJ Governor Chris Christie. Christie also gave Harry his own fleece.

The Star-Ledger reports, "The motorcade carrying the British royal and Christie arrived about 10:15 a.m. in Mantoloking, where of the affluent town's 521 homes were damaged or destroyed by Sandy... Christie guided Harry to spot where the Atlantic Ocean had cut Mantoloking in half, taking out a bridge and houses. They inspected dune construction, walked past destroyed homes and shook hands with police and other emergency. 'This used to be a house?' Harry asked at one barren spot." But don't think it's a total downer:

Among those waiting for Harry were 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, Camilla Bowden, 17, said she had visited London and studied royal history but came to see Harry for one reason: "cause he's my future husband."

Harry will visit Seaside Heights next and see the Jet-Star roller coaster in the Atlantic Ocean just hours before crews start to remove it.

Prince Harry will come to New York City later today.