Prince Harry touches down in Canberra for Australian tour.

Britain’s most cheeky royal has landed Down Under.

Prince Harry has touched down in Canberra this morning, ready to begin his month-long secondment with the Australian Defence Force.

The young royal, also known as Captain Wales, arrived in the nation’s capital on a Royal Australian Air Force jet at 8:30am today after stopping in Dubai and Sydney on his way from London.

Prince Harry at the Australian War Memorial.

Immaculate in his white British Army dress uniform, Harry travelled straight to the Australian War Memorial – his sole official public appearance in Australia – where he was joined by Governor-General Sir Peter Cosgrove and other dignitaries, including the head of the Memorial, Brendan Nelson, and Chief of Defence Marshal Mark Binskin.

“Prince Harry is tremendously looking forward to starting his four week attachment with the ADF,” the Daily Mail reported a spokesman to have said.

“It has been an opportunity he has been keen to explore for a couple of years now and is delighted to be able to do it before completing his military service with the British Armed Forces later this year.”

Prince Harry has visited Australia twice before and has also previously served with the Australian Armed Forces.

Harry has visited Australia twice before and has also previously served with the Australian Armed Forces, most notably during his two tours in Afghanistan.

"He has met [Australian troops] during the Invictus Games and even trekked to the South Pole with a couple of Australian soldiers," the Daily Mail reported the spokesman to have said.

"Those experiences reinforced the huge admiration and respect he already had for Australian servicemen and women and has stoked his enthusiasm even more to build on those relationships in the next four weeks."

Prince Harry places a poppy at the Roll of Honour during a visit to the Australian War Memorial in Canberra.

Kensington Palace announced the Prince's deployment to Australia two weeks ago when it emerged that Harry, 30, would be ending his decade-long army career.

But as the young royal begins the final stages of his military career, rumours continue to circulate about whether Harry will rekindle a romance with ex-girlfriend, Chelsy Davy, after she broke up with her boyfriend. The blonde Zimbabwe-born socialite was Harry's most serious girlfriend, with whom he had an on-off relationship for seven years.

Prince Harry and socialite Chelsy Davy dated on and off for seven years.

Harry's most recent girlfriend was model and actress Cressida Bonas. The pair split up in April last year despite speculation they would marry. Harry and Cressida began dating in 2012, however, The Telegraph reported they broke up because Cressida struggled to deal with the attention of being the Prince's girlfriend and a princess-in-waiting.

Cressida Bonas was Prince Harry's most recent girlfriend.

After his four weeks in Australia, Harry will travel to Africa to work on charitable projects before returning to the United Kingdom where he will take part in the Walk of Britain with injured veterans to support Walking With The Wounded.

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