HE is known as the party prince and the British royal wasted no time getting back into the swing of things.
The royal was seen earlier on Saturday in Sainsbury's in Fulham, south west London, and then went on to a nearby friend’s home.
Music blared out onto the street and Prince Harry emerged at 10am before being taken home by his royal protection officers who had waited patiently outside.
Onlookers said even with his tan and battle hardened physique, he looked dishevelled and bleary eyed as he was driven off in a black Range Rover.
Prince Harry arrived back from his 20-week deployment in Afghanistan on Wednesday and will be on leave for four or five weeks.
In an interview on his return he had said that he was "longing" to spend some time with his family, especially his brother Prince William.
"I really am longing to catch up with people behind closed doors – you guys aren't invited," he said.
Of the rest of the year, he said "the Army will have an idea, I presume, and what that is I will do".
"Given the opportunity, I'd like to take on more royal stuff, to the extent that, pre-deployment, I've been very busy – hopefully there'll be a few gaps that open up," he said.
Richard Alleyne, Telegraph.co.uk