Britain's Prince Harry was "one of the boys" during his charity trek to the Arctic.
There's a lot of common ground between us all from being in the military, and to be honest we just talked about what any other group of twentysomething blokes talk about.
The 26-year-old royal - who is third in line to the throne - joined a team of four wounded British soldiers as they covered 160 miles to the North Pole in 12 days, completely unaided in aid of Walking With The Wounded.
Among the injured servicemen Harry was trekking alongside, was 30-year-old Martin Hewitt - a captain in the Parachute Regiment, who was shot when leading an attack on an enemy position in Afghanistan in 2007 - and he found a lot of "common ground" with the prince.
He said: "Harry was fantastic. He integrated into the team immediately on his arrival and he was very much one of the boys.
"There's a lot of common ground between us all from being in the military, and to be honest we just talked about what any other group of twentysomething blokes talk about."
Despite being a member of the royal family, Harry didn't sit back and relax while the others did the work - and Martin admits he was a vital member of the team.
He added to the Daily Telegraph newspaper: "There are times when you're pulling a pulk over a ridge and you just can't get enough grip or friction, so one of the boys will ditch his harness and run up and pull you over, and he did that as much as everybody else."
Meanwhile, the soundtrack to the Prince's TV version of the arctic trek, 'Harry's Arctic Heroes', which was composed by Grammy-Award winning Scottish composer Lorne Balfe â€“ who has composed music for films including 'The Dark Knight' 'Sherlock Holmes' and 'Frost/Nixon' â€“ was released this week, with a percentage of the profits from every album sold going to the Walking with the Wounded Charity.
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