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Prince Harry Goes Back to Afghanistan

Submitted by on September 7, 2012 – 10:00 am Comments

It’s barely been weeks since he has become the talk in town. He in fact is the new darling of the tabloids, with regulars like Kim Kardashian and Lindsay Lohan having to take a backseat. But before he could revel anymore in his new found glory, the Prince decided to bid a hasty adieu and go back to Afghanistan. He shall this time round be abroad for about four months during which time his primary duty would be aboard an Apache helicopter.

The British reporter tasked with covering Harry’s arrival for the U.K. media said he looked “relaxed, if slightly tired,” after his journey on a standard military flight from England. One has to wonder if he looks slightly tired because of the journey, or because of the sheer exhaustion of having to read about himself in nearly every newspaper and news website possible. He possibly beat a hasty retreat so he could get away from the public eye, hoping that it prompts the media to shift their focus on someone else.

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The royal family on their part must have played a big role, in prompting him to do so. “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” is what the official spokesperson from the palace had to say. “This has been on the cards for some time and was not just pulled out of the bag because of Vegas,” the palace official added, making the whole thing even more obvious than it actually was. The royals are probably counting on the fact that, out of sight would mean out of mind. It is also probably a way to punish Harry for the whole Vegas thing.

The royals can rest easy for the next four months now, as they are assured of the fact that, Harry can’t indulge in any mischief while he is away in Afghanistan. Normal parents would ground their children for bad behavior, but the children of the royal family get sent to the frontline instead of being grounded. After all, if you are a royal, the punishment that you mete out should also be of the same stature.

Nigel Owen

Nigel is a graduate from Birmingham University, Nigel has worked for about 8 years in the banking industry, until one day he discovered his passion for writing. It basically gives him the opportunity to enlighten himself about subjects and things that he normally might not come across.

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