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Princes William and Harry wanted to show their support for the flood victims, Kensington Palace have said, after the pair were spotted helping unload sandbags in Datchet, Berkshire this morning.
A spokesman from Kensington Palace said:
They wanted to show their support for the flood victims and have joined the armed forces relief effort.
Princes William and Harry have been spotted helping move sandbags in flood-hit Datchet.
The royals turned up at 7am at Datchet Golf Club where they helped load sandbags onto a crane, according to local reporter John Dickens.
Here's a snap of Prince Harry and Will helping out with the Household Cavalry this morning in Datchet. http://t.co/9xrMyhFlMM
Datchet has been heavily affected by the ongoing floods crisis and with further heavy rain due, there have been fears the situation could deteriorate.
Prince William approached journalists from the Guardian and said: “Why don’t you put your notebook down and give us a hand with the sandbags?”
William and Harry were spotted along with Prince Harry helping move sandbags in flood-hit Datchet.
However after reporters agreed to help, aides intervened and said it would not be possible due to a lack of appropriate clothing.
Princes William and Harry have been filmed helping unload sandbags in a private trip to the flood-hit village of Datchet in Berkshire.
Dressed in waterproofs and wellingtons, the royals helped shift heavy sandbags onto the back of an army truck.
The princes were spotted working with the team of 20 members of the Household Cavalry and Network rail staff by a Guardian reporter.
A royal aide told the newspaper that the pair had been working with members of the Army unit this morning in numerous locations and that it was a "private effort" to help.
A man who walked into a police station and told a police officer he wanted to kill Prince Harry has been sentenced to three years in prison.
Ashraf Islam, 31, was arrested after making the threat in May last year. Islam was born Mark David Townley in Belfast, but changed his named to Ashraf Islam following his conversion to Islam.
He normally lived in Northern Ireland but was of no fixed address at the time he was charged.
The Duke of Cambridge and Prince Harry have reportedly gone hunting in Spain - a day before William and his father, the Prince of Wales, call on the world to combat the illegal wildlife trade.
The royal brothers are set to hunt wild boar and stags on a private estate, according to The Sun.
In a video message due to be broadcast tomorrow, Charles and William will call on people to act now to save endangered animals like rhinos, elephants and tigers.
A royal spokesman told ITV News they would "never" confirm what the princes do in their private time. He added:
"The Duke of Cambridge has for many years been a passionate advocate for endangered wildlife and has campaigned tirelessly to help stop the illegal poaching of rhino horn and elephant tusk. His track record in this area speaks for itself."
Prince Harry paid tribute to the "unbelievable achievement" of his Walking With The Wounded teammates who completed the South Pole and appealed for help in getting them back in to employment.
The prince said: "If anybody out there has the ability or resources to give these guys and girls a stepping stone back into employment then please do. You certainly won't regret it."
Prince Harry has praised fellow South Pole adventurer Ben Saunders, who is now on his way back home after trekking with Tarka L'Herpiniere from the coast of Antarctica to the South Pole.
Harry completed a trek to the southern tip of the globe with a team of wounded servicemen and women last month, and paid tribute to the pair in a message sent on 17 January - the day Captain Scott and his party reached the South Pole in 1912, and an anniversary they commemorated while on the ice.
Prince Harry's message read: "One hundred and two years ago today Captain Scott reached the South Pole. As his expedition tragically demonstrated, such a trek sits at the very limit of human endeavour.
"You're well on your way to completing what Scott attempted; I wish you both the very best of luck for the rest of your journey. You guys will be an inspiration to the next generation as Scott has been to this."
Prince Harry is due to give a speech later this morning on his South Pole trek.
The only female member of team of wounded servicemen and women trekking across Antarctica with Prince Harry has described the moment the expedition arrived at the South Pole.
Kate Philp told Daybreak "there was not an enormous feeling of elation" because the team were "so exhausted", but described the overall feeling as "pure relief".
The fourth in line to the throne will join fellow Walking With The Wounded adventurers at a welcome home reception after surviving their trek to the South Pole.
He will take part in the press conference at a central London hotel, attend a short reception and also give a speech.
Harry joined a group of injured servicemen and women in a trek across Antarctica before Christmas, pulling sleds all the way to the South Pole.
They faced such extreme weather conditions during their 200-mile odyssey that organisers had to call off the competitive element of the trek.
The Prince was joined on his trek by Hollywood actor Alexander Skarsgard, star of the hit HBO series True Blood, and English actor Dominic West, from the popular series The Wire.