Prince Harry has received public death threats from the Taliban as a militia spokesperson has said they will use all their strengths to get rid of the prince while on his four-month tour of duty in Afghanistan.
Known in the British Army as Captain Wales, Harry touched down in Afghanistan last week to serve his second tour of duty as a chopper pilot.
Since his arrival at the front line camp, the Taliban have made known their "high-value plan" to get the prince.
"We are using all our strength to get rid of him, either by killing or kidnapping," a Taliban spokesperson said.
"We have informed our commanders in Helmand to do whatever they can to eliminate him.
"We will target him and we will kill him."
NATO has said it's not concerned about the threats, but have assured the prince he will be looked after with his squadron confirming they will provide surveillance and deterrence.
But while Harry is on tour, the British Army says he doesn't get special treatment because of his royal status.
NATO Secretary-General Anders Fogh Rasmussen said that Harry will be protected, as will all British troops.
"We do everything we can to protect all our troops deployed to Afghanistan, whatever might be their personal background."
Since his controversial Vegas trip last month, Harry has resumed regular duties starting with attending charity events last week and now military duty in Afghanistan.
Following his four-month deployment, Harry is scheduled to visit China in an effort to boost Britain's diplomatic relations with the Chinese.
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