PRINCE Harry became emotional on live TV as he watched footage of his trip to Afghanistan.
The short film, shown on Germany’s ZDF channel, includes clips of the Duke firing a machine gun and getting off the plane.
The video also featured The Sun’s February 2008 front page with the headline “One Of Our Boys”.
Harry completed two tours, serving in Helmand in 2007-2008 before returning in 2012.
Our sensational news is one of many covering the war against the Taliban despite Harry’s claim that British media do not report on injured soldiers.
Asked how he felt after returning home from the war, Harry, 38, said: “I talked about an experience there because I wanted to encourage others to talk about their experiences.
“I was really lucky that I wasn’t injured but of course I’ve seen enough injuries.”
Harry insists the film should have included more wounded veterans as audience members.
He added: “If we could all wear uniforms all our lives we would, but sometimes we have to hang up our uniforms because of injuries.
“With the Invictus Games, we want to give these people the opportunity to continue to serve, and it’s a service that goes beyond wearing a uniform.
“I didn’t realize it at the time, but to be a part of this community and to hear these stories, similar stories, of how people experience things, it was a very important moment To me.”