Princes William and Harry have now left the flood-hit village of Datchet after spending the morning helping to defend the town from the floods.
The royals, dressed in waterproofs and wellington boots, moved sandbags from an Army vehicle onto the back of a train wagon where they were then delivered to homeowners who have struggled to defend their properties.
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