Moving beyond the Las Vegas nudie scandal, it's back to business for Prince Harry.
The 27 year-old prince arrived in Afghanistan this morning to start a tour of duty as a co-pilot of an Apache attack helicopter, as reported by People. Insiders pointed out he looked "relaxed, if slightly tired" upon arrival.
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Harry is known simply as "Captain Wales" in the military. Prince Charles is "immensely proud of his son."
A spokesperson at St. James' Palace indicated, "He's approached the deployment with a range of emotions, like any other soldier, and feels both pride and anticipation as he deploys for a job he's trained for, for so long.
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"Prince Harry, like any soldier, considers it a great honor to represent his country in Her Majesty's armed forces wherever it chooses to deploy him."