Royals on the job!
Prince Harry and Prince William stepped out — wearing matching, personalized hard hats! — on Wednesday, Sept. 23 to help build and renovate homes for Armed Forces veterans in Manchester, England.
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During the project — to be featured on an upcoming episode of BBC makeover series, DIY SOS — William, 33, grabbed a paint roller to help cover a home's interior walls while Harry, 31, helped a group lay paving slabs outside the property.
William on Sept. 23, 2015. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
After being told which tasks they would be helping with, William raised an eyebrow at his younger brother and exclaimed, "Game on," according to People.
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Harry also allegedly partook in some brotherly teasing by asking one worker, "Was that the wall [William] was working on? I can tell. Give me that roller and let me do it properly."
Harry on Sept. 23, 2015. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
According to Project manager Mark Millar, Harry was a "legend" while working with the team. "Harry really got stuck in laying the slabs. There was no airs or graces. He was a really great lad... He can come and work on a site of mine anytime he likes."
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Eight buildings will be completely renovated and 63 homes will receive updates for the DIY show. The houses — 26 of which will be set aside for veterans to inhabit — are all being rejuvenated for servicemen and women and long-standing residents of the run-down Manchester neighborhood.
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