Prince Harry joins the Helicopter Club in California


Prince Harry has joined a helicopter club in California.

Prince Harry joins the Helicopter Club in California


The Duke of Sussex - who has a 16-month-old son Archie with his wife, Duchess Meghan, is qualified as Apache Helicopter Commander and has been since 2013 and is keen to retain his license. That he will maintain his flight times. .

A source told The Sun on Sunday: "Harry has joined a local flying club in California to keep his helicopter license current. You know you have to work many hours a year." Otherwise, your license will not be renewed’ and it applies in the United States as much as it does in the United Kingdom. "

A friend of Harry's added: "He is very proud of this license. He worked hard to get basic and then Apache. It is very unlikely that he will return to military service in England. Call but he wants to keep these hours private. Use it, so he and Meghan can only go on campaigns if they want to. Having your own license gives you that freedom. "

Prince Harry - who, along with his wife, decided to step down as senior monarch earlier this year - recently insisted he would have already visited the UK if it weren't for the coronavirus. Come back to

Speaking to Rugby Football League staff and volunteers on a video call from his new home in Santa Barbara, he said: "We have a whole Rugby League World Cup coming up next year. I definitely plan to come back. I would have come back if it weren't for Coved. "

The claim comes after Prince Harry "hated" Los Angeles, and is happier after moving to Santa Barbara.

A source said: "Meghan visited Montecito in her youth and loved the beautiful scenery and amazing architecture. Moving there was always an option but at the same time she and Harry shot Los Angeles. Unfortunately, Harry hated it - the timing of the [Coronavirus] epidemic was so bad and they lacked privacy. "


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