As we type, His Royal Highness Prince Henry Charles Albert David of Wales (or, as we prefer to call him, the Ginger Fox) is giving a press conference to christen the British Memorial Garden at Hanover Square. We know this (a) because we’ve been obsessively following his movements since he landed in New York, and (b) because Intel tipster Julie is there and watching him! Today he’ll also visit the World Trade Center site, as well as injured American veterans of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. Tomorrow he’ll visit the Harlem Children’s Zone uptown, and then head to Governors Island to play in the Veuve Clicquot Manhattan Polo Classic, an event benefiting Sentabale, his charity that aids needy children in Lesotho. (And Intel editor Chris is going! Don’t worry, he will take many, many pictures with his zoom lens.) Harry is reportedly under strict orders not to hit the town while he is in New York, and we hear he’s flying out of town right after the polo match. Still, last night Amy Sacco told our reporter Bennett Marcus that she’s planning some sort of after-party for him and/or his polo crew at Bungalow 8 tomorrow night. “There’s already a private party for him there that night. That was worked out a long time ago,” she said. “I’m sure I’ll see him.” SO! Best we can tell, if Harry somehow misses his Saturday-evening flight, Bungalow is the place to go see him. You did a great job with the Sad Panda, people — now try your luck with the Ginger Fox!