Prince Harry was all smiles as he met service personnel at RAF Honington, near Bury St Edmunds, on 10 February.

Britain's third-in-line to the throne chatted to the men and women about life in Afghanistan, where the prince is due to return to action having already completed one tour.

He recently completed training as an Apache helicopter pilot.

"He's just an average sort of bloke when you meet him," Senior Aircraftman Josh Brown, from 15 Squadron Air Force Regiment, told the Daily Telegraph.

"He was talking to us about his tour in Afghanistan and Camp Bastion and what the kit was like in camp.

"We were talking about the fast food you can get in Camp Bastion. You can get pizzas and burgers and KFC."