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- Oct 9, 2004
That was how he earned his living prior to leaving the U.K.
Before he left the Army after 10 years' service, Prince Harry was a qualified pilot. ... Not only did Prince Harry pass his pilot course, he was chosen to fly "on merit" for the Army Air Corps and was "head and shoulders above his peers".Sep. 27, 2017
But most of his time was spent doing his royal duties - you know, as a member of the Royal Family - like being patron of charities and opening hospitals, and we all know he's going to do exactly the same but in America. He's America's prince now. America now has its own prince doing his royal duties, but from a royal palace in Santa Barbara (with 16 bathrooms) rather than London.
Also, I'm not too sure that even Americans would take too kindly to Meghan and Harry lecturing us about climate change and carbon footprints when Harry is flying a helicopter everyday.
On that score, if Harry doesn't get flying again soon he'll lose his license.