Prince Harry completed two Army tours in Afghanistan including one as a young officer in Helmand Province
It’s often said that Prince Harry’s time in the Army made him the man he is today.
Apart from that night Las Vegas, the party prince has been much better behaved since spending time serving in Afghanistan.
He’s said the two tours made him feel like a “normal” person and he felt completely at home.
In fact he felt so comfortable with the group he joined in a particularly honest discussion about how they all lost their virginities.
This photo shows Prince Harry on patrol through the deserted town of Garmisir in Helmand province (Image: AFP)
Speaking to the Daily Mail , former Household Cavalry guardsman James Wharton said Prince Harry felt very relaxed with his fellow soldiers.
He said: “He told us the tale, all the details.”
However James is loyal to his friend and would not reveal any of the personal information.
He continued: “It’s not especially interesting, but I’m keeping it to myself.”
It was an important time for the Prince (Image: PA)
He was awarded his Flying Wings after completing the Army Pilot Course with the Army Aviation centre (Image: Army)
More details of Prince Harry and Meghan’s wedding were revealed last week.
Kensington Palace announced Meghan’s dad Thomas will walk her down the aisle on her big day, but her mum Doria will travel in the car to the church with her.
It’s the latest in a number of royal traditions the couple have broken for their wedding , which will take place at Windsor Castle on May 19.
She will not have a maid of honour or any grown-up bridesmaids , but there will be some children bridesmaids.