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Prince Harry 'banned from pubs'

2012-03-13 22:21
 
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London - Prince Harry has reportedly been banned from pubs ahead of his deployment to Afghanistan.

The party-loving Royal - who has just completed a tour of the Caribbean and Brazil as part of the Queen's Diamond Jubilee celebrations - is now set to dedicate his time to his Apache helicopter training.

A source told The Sun newspaper: "Harry has been told that his whole life is now dedicated to the Apache.

"He's been told that he can't spend every spare moment down the pub and can't risk spending more time on another Royal tour."

Priority

"Harry has taken those orders on board and assured the people who need to know that he will knuckle down and give absolutely everything to the final weeks of his Apache training.

"He is determined to get back to Afghanistan - and to do it in the Apache. He wants to serve his Queen and country more than anything."

A spokesperson for the Prince - who served 10 weeks in Afghanistan in 2008 as a forward air controller - confirmed his military duties with the Army Air Corps are now his "priority".

- BangShowBiz

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