Will and Harry Helps UK Soldiers With Flood Relief Efforts
They didn't want to distract anyone from the task at hand, but the Duke of Cambridge and Prince Harry wanted to do their part to minimize the effects of flooding in England.
As the country prepares for more rain, William and Harry joined Harry's Household Cavalry regiment near Windsor Castle today to move sandbags at Datchet Golf Club.
The Wales brothers ”wanted to help with relief effort and felt the best way was through the Army," a Palace spokesperson told Royal Central.
According to the Daily Mail and HELLO!, William and Harry have wanted to help out for some time, but didn't want their presence to be an "unhelpful distraction."
Last night, William met action star Jackie Chan at a reception for for the international Illegal Wildlife Trade summit. Chan mistook the Duke for his younger brother, congratulating William on his South Pole trek.
"Prince William said, 'No, that was my brother', and I said 'I'm sorry'. But they look almost same, huh?'" Chan told the Times (via the Daily Mail).
William will present Dame Helen Mirren with a Fellowship Award at the BAFTAs this coming Monday.