Prince Harry has arrived back in the UK after his tour of duty in Afghanistan.
The 28-year-old Apache co-pilot gunner left the war-torn country on Monday evening and has been on post-deployment "decompression" at a British military base, thought to be in Cyprus.
He landed at RAF Brize Norton in Oxfordshire and will now travel with his unit, 662 Squadron, 3 Regiment Army Air Corps, to their Suffolk headquarters.
A bar and an officers' mess at Wattisham Airfield in Suffolk have re-opened after a scare over deadly black widow spiders.
Two spiders were captured in the bar yesterday and the area was sealed off and fumigated.
A colony of black widows was reportedly found on the base last month in a crate flown in from California.
The two arachnids found yesterday were later found not to be black widows, whose bite can be fatal.
They were reportedly confined to one hanger while a pest control agency was drafted in. Prince Harry is normally based at Wattisham but is currently serving in Afghanistan.