Prince William Deploys to Falklands

    CHARLOTTETOWN, PE - JULY 04:  Prince William, Duke of Cambridge takes part in helicopter manouvres called 'water birding' across Dalvay lake on July 4, 2011 in Charlottetown, Canada. The newly married Royal Couple are on the fifth day of their first joint overseas tour. The 12 day visit to North America is taking in some of the more remote areas of the country such as Prince Edward Island, Yellowknife and Calgary. The Royal couple started off their tour by joining millions of Canadians in taking part in Canada Day celebrations which mark Canada's 144th Birthday.  (Photo by Arthur Edwards - Pool/Getty Images)

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    Prince William shouldn’t expect a royal welcome when he arrives in the Falklands. The Duke of Cambridge is on his way to the islands, where he’ll serve for six weeks as a helicopter pilot. But Argentina is not pleased, especially as the deployment comes on the eve of the 30th anniversary of the war over the islands. The country’s foreign ministry said it was saddened that the prince “will arrive on our soil in the uniform of a conquistador,” and accused Britain of pumping up the debate over the islands to distract its people from its struggling economy.

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