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Last Updated: Monday May 05 2008 12:15 GMT

Harry gets Afghanistan medal

Prince Harry and members of the Household Cavalry Regiment

Prince Harry and members of the Household Cavalry Regiment have been given medals for their service in Afghanistan.

Afghanistan campaign medals

The Afghanistan Medal is awarded for those who spent at least four weeks there.

Prince Harry and Princess Anne

Harry, or Lieutenant Wales as he is known in the Army, was presented with his medal by his aunt, Princess Anne.

Chelsy Davy, [left] Prince William and Prince Charles.

Among the guests at the ceremony at Combermere Barracks in Windsor were his dad Prince Charles, his brother Prince William and Harry's girlfriend Chelsy Davy.

Prince Harry in Afghanistan

Here's Prince Harry when he was in Afghanistan. His trip was kept secret to protect him and his colleagues but he was sent home after the story was leaked by foreign journalists.