Britain's Prince Harry arrives back in the U.K. after more than four months of serving in Afghanistan.
On Monday, defense officials announced that Harry, known as Captain Wales in the army, had completed his 21-week deployment as co-pilot gunner on an apache attack helicopter.
The young prince says he's extremely happy to be back.
"Twenty weeks, who's counting? No, it has been great, it's a hell of an experience. Really proud of the guys - the whole squadron and obviously everybody else out there," Harry says. "Everything seems to be going in the right direction. It's very different to when I was last out there. But, yeah, just thrilled to be back, and a bit of blue sky in Cyprus, a bit of decompression, some comedy, and back to the snow. So the four-and-a-half months has gone really quickly, but I'm very, very happy to be back."
Harry is now expected to go to the headquarters of his Army Air Corps squadron before beginning several weeks of leave.
It was the Prince of Wales second military tour.