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Afghanistan Helped Prince Harry Deal With Diana's Death

"15, 17 years later I still hadn't dealt with it."

Prince Harry reveals his two stints in Afghanistan were crucial in helping him heal after his mother's death.

The Prince and Princess of Wales, Prince Harry, and housemaster Dr Andrew Gayley (behind) escort Prince William (2R), second in line to the throne, for his first day of term at the world famous Eton College September 6, 1995.
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The Prince and Princess of Wales, Prince Harry, and housemaster Dr Andrew Gayley (behind) escort Prince William (2R), second in line to the throne, for his first day of term at the world famous Eton College September 6, 1995.
Britain's Prince Harry walks after disembarking from a Voyager transport aircraft at RAF Brize Norton, southern England January 23, 2013. The Prince, who served as a pilot/gunner with 662 Squadron Army Air Corps, returned to Britain on Wednesday from his posting to Afghanistan. REUTERS/Paul Crouch/MOD/Handout
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Britain's Prince Harry walks after disembarking from a Voyager transport aircraft at RAF Brize Norton, southern England January 23, 2013. The Prince, who served as a pilot/gunner with 662 Squadron Army Air Corps, returned to Britain on Wednesday from his posting to Afghanistan. REUTERS/Paul Crouch/MOD/Handout
Prince William and Prince Harry watch England's Six Nations rugby match against Wales at Twickenham stadium in London February 6, 2010.
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Prince William and Prince Harry watch England's Six Nations rugby match against Wales at Twickenham stadium in London February 6, 2010.
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