At the Royal Armouries in Leeds he fires an original Waterloo musket, loaded with live ammunition, and takes part in an experiment to test the damage caused by original Waterloo cavalry swords.
He works with re-enactors from the Napoleonic Association to find out more about the infantry and artillery tactics used in the battle.
He also witnesses the damage caused by an original Waterloo cannon using live ammunition.
In Belgium he meets the archaeologist responsible for the unique discovery of the skeleton of a Waterloo soldier who died during the battle and whose remains lay undiscovered on the battlefield for almost 200 years, in the exact spot where the soldier died.
He has been in four celebrity relationships averaging approximately 12.8 years each.