It turns out that one of the most profound decisions in his life came when he chose to join the Army, which he served in for 10 years and called "the best escape I've ever had."
However, in 2007, Harry had spent weeks in Afghanistan's Helmand province when his position was revealed by the media and he was forced to pull out from involvement, which he said made his "very resentful."
"I had felt as though I was really achieving something," he said of his time in the military. "I have a deep understanding of all sorts of people from different backgrounds and I felt I was part of a team… I wasn't a Prince, I was just Harry."
He spoke strongly about the future of the British Monarchy, explaining that no one in the Royal Family wants to use their influence for frivolity. "[We] don’t want to be just a bunch of celebrities, but instead use our role for good," Harry said.
"We want to make sure the monarchy lasts and are passionate about what it stands for," he continued. "But it can't go on as it has done under the Queen. There will be changes and pressure to get them right…things are moving so fast, especially because of social media, so we are involved in modernizing the monarchy."