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Princely News: Ordinary Afghans came together today to send their own message of welcome to Prince Harry.

Captain Wales, who is serving as a co-pilot gunner based at Camp Bastion, was scrambled into action following intelligence reports of a crowd of Afghans forming in the desert nearby.

After circling the area for a few moments in the hope they would disperse, Prince Harry and the rest of the crew witnessed the Afghans suddenly taking up orchestrated positions.

“At first we thought it was some sort of community picnic dance,” Harry cheerfully told reporters, “or perhaps an exotic farming manoeuvre.”

“Then we realised how good their English can be when they put their minds to it.”

Story: Jasper Gibson

Image: Q4Nobody

 

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