Prince Harry has made the decision to leave the British Army. On Monday, the royal announced that he will be making an exit n June after ten years in the military. “After a decade of service, moving on from the army has been a really tough decision,” the prince said in a statement. “I consider myself incredibly lucky to have had the chance to do some very challenging jobs and have met many fantastic people in the process.” “From learning the hard way to stay onside with my Colour Sergeant at Sandhurst, to the incredible people I served with during two tours in Afghanistan — the experiences I have had over the last 10 years will stay with me for the rest of my life. Inevitably most good things come to an end and I am at a crossroads in my military career,” he continued. The prince’s military efforts will not go unnoticed. During his Afghanistan tours, he was better known to his army mates as Capt. Harry Wales. What’s up next for Harry isn’t fully known, but he says he still wants to continue his work with the British Ministry of Defense’s Recover Capability Program and to stay involved with the Invictus games. The royal adds, “While I am finishing one part of my life, I am getting straight into a new chapter. I am really looking forward to it.” ON A MOBILE DEVICE? CLICK HERE TO WATCH VIDEO.