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Sunday, 22 June 2008

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The Future King- With His Brother

Heroic Harry of Wales and his brother Billy Wales were yesterday at the Beafort Polo Club, Gloucestershire for the latest training session for the crusade to Jerusalem of 2013. It is thought the two brothers had met up for Harry to catch up on Billy's latest news from his two month attachment with his Navy.

Bill is now capable of twocking, ships, planes and helicopters and this is thought to be a good thing for an aspiring crusader.

More important for a crusader prince is to be master of the horse and yesterday's training session under the guise of a polo match went very well, the two princes resplendent in their black shirts, took turns to wave at future queen Kate Middlesplit elegantly attired in black trousers and a black top.

Prince Harry as usual took up a frontline position by playing at two while the more laid back senior royal played further back at four. The royal princes ended up on the right side of a satisfying five to three win and after a short trophy presentation headed off with Kate Middlesplit to have a quick pimms with dad and his consort the ever lovely Camilla.

There is much speculation that another very senior royal with a militairy background may have popped by highgrove but whether the "It's a crusade knockout" event is on or not, is at this stage still unknown.

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