Prince Harry said he wants to work with 'normal people' in 2015
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Prince Harry, 37, hit it off with former British Special Forces soldier Dean Scott in 2007 when they were partnered together in a Forward Air Controllers’ training course. The Duke of Sussex stayed in touch with Dean and have worked together for more charities since. But now Dean is hosting SAS Australia, it could see Harry getting back to his military roots with a special cameo.
Dean told Woman’s Day: “We hit it off straight away.
“I think the relationship grew strong from there because I just treated him like another soldier.
“There was no preferential treatment and he was the most comfortable in that environment as well. It was one of the times that he would be just a normal civilian, and he loved that.”
Asked how Harry would find being a contestant on the show, Dean added: “I think he’d be fine.
“He’s a soldier so he’s used to that atmosphere.
“But I’m not sure he’d appreciate me shouting at him.”
Harry served in the Army for 10 years and rose to the rank of Captain.
The Duke undertook two tours of Afghanistan and continues to support charities for wounded military men and women.
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However, Harry was stripped of his military titles after he stepped down as a senior working royal to move to LA with his wife, Meghan Markle, 40.
The Duke of Sussex held the titles Captain-General of the Royal Marines, Honorary Air Force Commandant of the Royal Air Force Base Honington, and Honorary Commodore-in-Chief of the Royal Naval Commands’ Small Ships and Diving.
According to the book Finding Freedom by Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand, Harry was devastated by the loss of the roles.
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Mr Scobie and Ms Durand wrote: “Harry’s lifelong commitment to the military was why the Mountbatten Festival of Music three days later was a particularly difficult moment.
“He was set to wear his Captain-General of the Royal Marines uniform for the very last time.
“During a conversation backstage, on arrival, Harry told Major General Matthew Holmes: ‘I’m devastated that I am having to step down.’
“‘It was so unnecessary’, Meghan later told a friend of the decision to strip Harry of his military honours.”
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