Prince Harry has joined his brother in a polo match to raise money for charity
It's the start of a summer of sport for William and Harry. As May came to an end, the Duke of Cambridge and his brother took part in a polo match that will signal the start of a series of events through the warm and light days of the year - and all to raise money for charity.
The princes pukkad off in Coworth Park in London under palest sunlight which added another touch of romance to the whole event.
While it's usually up to Harry to provide the giggles, William sorted the comedy moment of the event this time round - quite possibly unintentionally. But then if you will warm up in the middle of the field in bright white trousers then you can't expect people not to notice. Let's hope the trousers made it out of there with no grass stains on them.
Harry provided a headline by taking on an injury which needed a spot of treatment at the match progressed. The prince was forced to retire from the match injured but he did score helping his team towards victory.
And there were some very royal refreshments as afternoon tea on silver stands was provided.
The princes raise around £800,000 for charity every year by playing polo so it's a big deal to see these two royal brothers take to the field again.
The summer of royal sport is under way - meet the princes of polo.