Shadow Defence Secretary Jim Murphy has said he hopes Prince Harry's interviews about his latest tour in Afghanistan will draw attention to the tens of thousands of officers serving in the conflict.
He told ITV News: "While it (the interview) focuses the attention of the nation on one brave Prince, I hope it also enables us all to reflect and celebrate the work of tens of thousands other fellow countrymen and women, who today are in the dust and danger of Afghanistan, taking on the Taliban."
He may be the heir in line to the throne, but Prince Harry was not exempt from making the tea in Afghanistan.
Prince Harry has just finished a four-month tour of Afghanistan, serving as an Apache helicopter pilot and gunner.
Prince Harry is heading home, but a hero's welcome from the media may be tempered by his scathing criticism of those who write about him.