Prince Harry has returned to Sandhurst to represent Her Majesty The Queen as the Reviewing Officer at the Sovereign's Parade.
His Royal Highness will inspect the Parade and present awards including the Sword of Honour, the Overseas Sword and The Queen's Medal.
Prior to the inspection, Prince Harry attended the commissioning service in the Royal Memorial Chapel. The Sovereign's Parade at the end of each term marks the passing out from Sandhurst of Officer Cadets who have completed the Commissioning Course.
The Parade will mark the completion of a year's intensive training for 162 officer cadets from the UK and 25 from 20 overseas countries.
Prince Harry is fondly remembered to have given Queen a huge grin and blushed as she stopped to talk to him while conducting her inspection, when he completed his passing out parade with 219 fellow officer cadets in April 2006.
Until WW2 the passing out of the parade at the Royal Military College was known as 'Inspection Day', later changed to 'Dukes day' after The Duke of Cambridge, Commander in Chief of the Army and who carried out the 'inspection'.
The first Commissioning parade of the new Royal Military Academy Sandhurst was held in July 1948 in the presence of His Majesty King George VI, who decreed henceforth that the Parade was to be known as The Sovereign's Parade.