Here’s a photo every woman could love: Prince William and Prince Harry as construction workers.
Prince William painted walls while Harry laid slabs, as part of a BBC home improvement show, “DIY SOS,” centered around renovating eight buildings and 62 homes in Manchester.
Twenty-six of them will be set aside for homeless veterans—but a spokesman for the royal brothers pointed out there are nearly 500,000 empty buildings in the kingdom that could be renovated. (Story continues below)
Prince Harry tries out some landscape gardening for the #diysosveterans big build project in #Manchester. The DIY SOS team are renovating houses, streetscaping an entire Street and creating a new support centre, run by Walking with the Wounded and Royal British Legion, for the benefit of veterans in desperate need of housing.
Both royals are veterans themselves; Prince William served in the Royal Air Force and Prince Harry in the Royal Army.
The Manchester development will feature a veteran support center run by Walking With the Wounded, a charity supported by Prince Harry.
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