I'm not anti royal, i'm not pro royal either, neither do i have an opinion on the war. i don't even have a prob with Harry going, good luck to him. My prob is why the media circus? Sky news had cameras following him ( with his knowledge) interviews on his camp, nice pictures of him eating from a tin and sitting on his bed drinking. interviews in the newspapers, reports of how he spoke with his girlfriend and that got him through it, and the best bit, his brother telling him that his mum would have been proud. The final straw was how daddy & granny were informed on a daily basis of his progress etc. Are all these facilities available to a normal officer serving in a war?
It just grates with me that he is being portrayed as a real hero, when we dont even know how much front line activity he actually took part in, the scene of him firing a gun looked so false. I hope in years to come it doesnt prove to be a publicity stunt.