Prince Harry has taken part in a memorial service 70 years on from one of the Second World War's bloodiest battles.
On the second day of a two-day visit to Italy, Harry took part in a procession and met veterans of the battle of Monte Cassino - a brutal clash which saw around thousands of Allied and Axis soldiers lose their lives.
The prince, who himself serves in the Household Cavalry, also laid a wreath for the British soldiers who died during the fight to take control of the strategically important monastery above the town of Cassino.
As well as British forces, a number of Commonwealth soldiers took part in the battle, along with forces from the USA, Poland, France royalist Italian troops.
Tourists at the world famous landmark were treated to an unexpected sighting of Prince Harry as the royal took in some of Italy's sights.
Speaking exclusively to ITV News, Harry says it "makes no sense" that one of the Second World War's bloodies battles has been "forgotten".