But Harry, third in line to the British crown, didn’t seem overly happy with his homeland’s press, who have given generous coverage in recent years to his partying escapades in the nightclubs of London and elsewhere.
"I don’t want to sit around in Windsor," he said, referring to his barracks near a royal residence outside London in a pooled interview in Afghanistan last week, released after the blackout on his whereabouts was broken.
"But I generally don’t like England that much and, you know, it’s nice to be away from all the press and the papers and all…"
Neither did the many who left the British Isles to fill two entire continents. And the result is an improvement, as I note in the appendix to the Positive Infinity New Testament.