Written by Gordon Bennet
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Tuesday, 18 March 2008

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Prince Harry back in Chelsea

Prince Harry has just returned from Helmand Province, Afghanistan where he has been on the front line, fighting against some of the most ferocious people on this planet, the Taliban.

Being not one to chicken out, Harry stood alongside the Ghurkhas, who are some of the bravest people on this Planet, and apparently risked his life on several occasions without hesitation.

Harry, although tired but happy, in knowing that he had done an outstanding job, has returned home showered with mountains of praise, from his fellow soldiers, for his bravery, humour and companionship.

The Prince who has spent all of ten weeks abroad, has now been given three months off to recuperate, just like any other soldier returning from the Battlefield, whether it is Iraq or Afghanistan.

Apparently most soldiers after two or three months away from home, like to spend a few months in the Caribbean, but Harry being different, turned down a luxury holiday, and decided he would settle for a couple of months of peace and quiet in the countryside.

However after a couple of days resting at home, with his Father Price Charles in Gloucestershire, Harry set off for London, in his new four by four gas guzzler, to visit a long standing lady friend from South Africa, who was staying at the 5 Star Hotel Wyndham Grand in Chelsea.

Sadly Harry's motor broke down on arrival, and having nothing better to do, he has been forced to spend the last two weeks stuck in Chelsy.

Long live the King.

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