Prince Harry Leaves the U.S., Helicopter Training Complete
Please don't go, Harry!
After nearly two months of intense military training -- and equally intense partying -- in California and Arizona, Prince Harry has left the United States, bound for his native England.
"Captain Wales has completed his training in the United States and has returned to the UK," a rep for Naval Air Facility El Centro in El Centro, Calif. tells Us Weekly. Harry flew home on Sunday.
Honing his chops for the final stages of his Apache helicopter training, Prince William's redheaded little brother, 27, split his time between El Centro and Gila Bend, Ariz. -- a tiny, God-fearing desert hamlet of 1,700 denizens.
Harry certainly made the most of his American sojourn in October and November -- shopping at a local Wal-Mart, pigging out on pizza, riding a rented Harley-Davidson through the desert, enjoying the VIP treatment at Universal Studios in Hollywood, rescuing a girl thrown into a pool at a San Diego club, and more.
More training resumes for the "spare heir" once he's settled back home in London.