A source close to the matter said that even after his nuptial life, Prince Williams will continue to serve at Afghanistan. He is determined to serve in Afghanistan despite his married life, a source said.
Though the Prince is denied to take part in war zones actively but he is likely to introduce fresh plea for a tour of duty in Afghanistan next year.
Earlier too, Prince William expressed his disenchantment for not being permitted to take part in war, while his younger brother Prince Harry served in Helmand Province in 2008 with the Household Cavalry.
The probability that Prince Harry might come back to Afghanistan in 2012 to take on Apache helicopters might also surge Prince Williams desire to be a part of Afghanistan war. Last year, Prince William said that he had “real determination” to be a part of Afghanistan fight and sources confirm that nuptial bonds won’t suppress his desire.
According to a source associated with the Prince, “Nothing has changed since he expressed those views. He is fully aware that he is different to his brother but he would still like to do his duty.”
“He is passionate about his military service and unless he publicly comes out and says otherwise, his ambition will remain to serve in Afghanistan,” he added.
Prince’s safety has been a major issue for military chiefs to not allow him in combating projects of Afghanistan.