PRINCE Harry went competition with a companion nicknamed The Boar Terminator — days after his animal-loving fiancée flew home.
Harry is pronounced to have flown to Germany by private jet with a ten-strong hunting party.
After alighting in Berlin on Friday, they gathering to Görlsdorf, in Brandenburg, North East Germany.
The country’s biggest journal Bild am Sonntag pronounced the prince, 33, assimilated Franz-Albrecht Oettingen-Spielberg as partial of a 60-strong group.
The German nobleman warranted his nickname after online videos showed him killing several boars for sport.
He and Harry are close pals and the king was at his marriage last year to singer Cleopatra von Adelsheim von Ernest. But the outing is likely to have been formidable to stomach for Harry’s singer fiancée Meghan, 36, who is in LA.
A source said: “Meghan will almost positively have famous he was going since he went last year.
“It doesn’t fit in good with her adore of animals but the stately family have a prolonged story of competition trips so she’ll have to get used to it.”
Meghan will also have to ready herself for the royals’ normal Boxing Day hunt.
A source said: “Doubtless Prince Philip will try to convince her that the birds shot need their numbers kept down for charge purposes.”
Kensington Palace refused to criticism yesterday.