Prince Harry going to Iraq ?

Prince Harry, who is due to leave for Iraq, said he is willing to risk his life to serve his country. Harry, who delivered the speech to close friends at London’s Mahiki club on Friday, said: ‘I’m s**ting myself. I’m prepared to do anything they throw at me. I’m going to miss my family. But I am proud to serve my country, which is a great honor.’ Harry arrived at the exclusive club with girlfriend Chelsy Davy, who was wearing a short red dress. Harry’s friend Guy Pelly - Mahiki’s general manager - greeted the couple and showed them around the privately booked venue. Prince William was also present, but arrived after his brother’s emotional goodbye speech. In a clear reference to the debate surrounding whether Harry should be allowed to fight on the front line, the prince insisted he would be happy to do whatever is asked of him during his six-month deployment. He is quoted in Britain’s News of the World newspaper as saying: ‘Whether I serve on the front line or carry out a desk job in Basra I just want to get out to Iraq and serve my country. I’m proud of the men I’ve trained with but I have to respect they need to be safe. They haven’t decided what exactly I’m going to do out there yet.’ Head of the British Army, General Sir Richard Dannatt, will make a decision on Harry’s exact role in the next couple of days. Harry and Chelsy spent most of the night dancing, before leaving at 12.50am, while William, 24, continued partying until 3.35am. Harry has reportedly prepared for the worst by writing a will for his $26 million fortune.