Prince Harry to embed with Australian army from Monday

Britain's Prince Harry, pictured during a Six Nations rugby union match at Twickenham Stadium in London, on March 21, 2015Prince Harry will begin a month-long attachment with the Australian Army on Monday, officials said, spending time on bush patrols, working with an indigenous regiment and possibly flying helicopters. The 30-year-old, who will be nudged down to fifth in line to the throne by the birth of his brother Prince William’s second child this month, has already announced he will leave the British military in June after his Australian swansong. Upon arrival in Canberra, the royal will lay a wreath at the Australian War Memorial before reporting for duty to Australian Defence Force chief Air Chief Marshal Mark Binskin. Captain Wales, as he is known in the British Army, will be embedded with a number of Australian army units and regiments in Sydney, Darwin and Perth.

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