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Charles offers surprise peace offering to Harry amid Afghanistan row

PRINCE CHARLES has offered a surprise peace offering to Prince Harry amid the continued Taliban takeover in Afghanistan.

Clarence House Twitter account has shared several images from inside the house of Charles and Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall. In one among the pictures , there's an image of the Duke of Sussex wearing his uniform .

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The images were shared as Clarence House begins welcoming "official visitors and features musical instruments, family photographs and works of art".

Prince Harry served within the Army for ten years, rising to the rank of Captain and undertaking two tours of Afghanistan.

Prince Harry passed his Regular Commissions Board (RCB), the qualification necessary to coach at Sandhurst, in September 2004.

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After completing a period of labor experience, Prince Harry entered The Royal academy Sandhurst in May 2005 to start his training as a politician Cadet. 

During the 44-week training course in Camberley, Surrey, Prince Harry was referred to as Officer Cadet Wales.

The course is very demanding and involves both theory and hard physical training.

On 25th January 2006, Clarence House announced that Prince Harry was to hitch the Blues and Royals.

The Queen, amid The Duke of Edinburgh, took the salute at the Sovereign's Parade at The Royal academy Sandhurst.