Prince Harry may be the party loving fun prince, but when it comes to his duties for the military, he’s all work, no play.
Harry admits he never wanted to leave Afghanistan and is now considering returning to the front lines. He’s reportedly already been cleared to return to active service too!
The prince has qualified as an Apache helicopter pilot but will need to finish "conversion to role" training in England before being redeployed. That will take another seven months, reports People.
A statement from Clarence House said: "Harry is an army pilot and will deploy wherever the army chooses to send him. His course finishes in 2012, and after that his deployment will be a matter for the army chain of command."
As you recall Harry spent 10 weeks fighting in Afghanistan in late 2007 until news outlets revealed details of his deployment. He had to be pulled out because it was considered a serious threat to his fellow troops.
Watch out Afghanistan—as soon as Harry arrives, the Harry hunters come with. I can already see it, dozens of girls in high heels dressed to the nines asking where Harry is.