Guardsman Graham Bolger, 23, who paraded for Wills and Kate, fled back to hometown Dublin after Top Brass kicked him out the Irish Guards this week.
Bolger, who has performed for the Queen in a military band, was sentenced to six months for a campaign of vile racist hate against a female victim.
But a separate hearing cut that to just 12 months of community service – and less than ten days he was back with the 1st Battalion, Irish Guards, at Cavalry Barracks, Hounslow, West London.
After The Sun Online exposed the true extent of his horror offending – including sick brags about wanting to kill Muslim children – head of the British Army General Sir Nick Carter ordered a review and Bolger was promptly kicked out.
A source said: “The is no place for racists in the British Army. He’s gone. The Army’s better off without this idiot – good riddance.”
The Sun Online revealed that the sick soldier – who paraded this year in front of Wills and Kate on St Patrick’s Day for the second year in a row – filmed himself making a Nazi salute while his phone attached to his top displayed a swastika.