United Kingdom: Prince William and Prince Harry join flood relief effort

Guardian: Princes William and Harry on Friday went on a private mission to help the flood response, working to lug sandbags in Datchet. The Guardian came across the pair by the railway crossing in the flood-hit Berkshire village where they were quietly working with a team of 20 members of the Household Cavalry and Network Rail staff to load dozens of sandbags on to a railway truck. The princes, dressed in waterproofs and wellingtons, formed part of a human chain hauling the heavy sandbags out of the......

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