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To me Harry! Prince William catches a sandbag from his younger brother as the royals help with the flood relief effort in Datchet
To me Harry! Prince William catches a sandbag from his younger brother as the royals help with the flood relief effort in Datchet''
Princes William and Harry today joined the flood relief effort by helping soldiers to lay sandbags in Datchet.
The royal brothers secretly joined members of Harry's Household Cavalry regiment to shore up the defences just a stone's throw from the Queen's residence, Windsor Castle.
Their trip to the front line of the crisis contrasts with Environment Agency boss Chris Smith, who remained in London today as much of the country prepared for the possibility of further flooding.
Teamwork: Princes William and Harry were knee deep in flood water at one point
Teamwork: Princes William and Harry were knee deep in flood water at one point' Bless Them!!
The pair joined the Household Cavalry this morning from 6am and they have been helping to build walls of sandbags
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A royal aide said the pair did not want their efforts publicised in advance and only decided top pitch in on Wednesday nightWhen Harry was asked by reporters if he was enjoying helping out, he replied: 'Not really, with you guys around'
When Harry was asked by reporters if he was enjoying helping out, he replied: 'Not really, with you guys around'
The princes helped by unloading sandbags from military trucks onto freight trains which would then take them to areas where they are most needed.
They are no strangers to working in disaster zones and providing emergency relief - William has worked as a rescue helicopter pilot, while Harry has served two tours of duty in Afghanistan.
The Queen, William and Harry's grandmother, has also been lending a hand to flood victims by providing farmers with a way to look after their livestock during the crisis.
A Buckingham Palace spokesman said: 'The Queen is supporting Somerset farmers affected by the flooding on the Somerset Levels by contributing feed and bedding from the royal farms at Windsor.'

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