Prince Harry has spoken out about how much he enjoyed serving as an equal alongside his fellow soldiers, saying that his stint in Afghanistan was 'as normal as it's going to get' for him.
He has been pictured helping out with chores at his base in Camp Bastion, wiping down counters and joking around with other officers.
The prince paid tribute to his comrades who allowed him to get on with his day job in relative anonymity and treated him as 'one of the guys'.
He was relaxing today after flying out of Afghanistan at the end of his 20-week deployment in the country.
While on duty as an Apache helicopter pilot, the man known as Captain Wales shared a room with another pilot.
However, when he entered the more public areas of the camp, he admitted he sometimes received unwanted attention.
'For me it's not that normal because I go into the cookhouse and everyone has a good old gawp, and that's one thing that I dislike about being here,' he said.
'Because there's plenty of guys in there that have never met me, therefore look at me as Prince Harry and not as Captain Wales, which is frustrating.
VIA: DAILY MAIL