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Prince Harry spent his 14th of February meeting the British troops in Bardufoos, Norway, far north in the Arctic Circle.
A tiny makeshift igloo dug into the fresh Norwegian snow was just large enough to fit framed images from Harry and Meghan’s wedding, while candles and soft music also welcomed the duke as he edged his way inside the Quincey Shelter to meet Lance Corporal Lee Lovack and air engineering technician Kevin Burns.
The royal, spending his first Valentine’s Day as a married man with hundreds of British military personnel at the Bardufoss training base, laughed as he spotted the mementos.
“You weirdos,” he joked.
Harry spent three hours in the icy wilds of northern Norway, meeting hundreds of servicemen undergoing the gruelling Exercise Clockwork.
Harry’s visit marked the 50th anniversary of Commando Helicopter Force and Joint Helicopter Command deploying to Bardufoss, where military personnel are taught how to survive, operate and fight in the sub-zero conditions and gain experience of operating aircraft in severe cold weather and mountainous environments.