Prince William reigns over Harry on the polo field as the brothers battle it out

Prince William reigns over Harry on the polo field as the brothers battle it out

Horsing around: William reigns over Harry on the polo field as the princes battle it out for charity

8:55 AM on 13th June 2011

The princes battle it out during the match which raises funds and awareness for the charity that Harry co-founded in 2006 to help disadvantaged youngsters in the south African country of LesothoRivalry: The princes battle it out during the match which raised funds and awareness for the charity that Harry co-founded in 2006 to help disadvantaged youngsters in the south African country of Lesotho

Competitive: The event was due to be held in the sultry setting of Dubai but unrest meant it was relocated to Berkshire

Competitive: The event was due to be held in the sultry setting of Dubai but unrest meant it was relocated to Berkshire

During the polo tournament Harry, 26, played for Sentebale against William, 28, who turned out for a Tusk Trust team, a conservation charity of which he is royal patron

During the polo tournament Harry, 26, played for Sentebale against William, 28, who turned out for a Tusk Trust team, a conservation charity of which he is royal patron

Winners and losers: The Duke of Cambridge got the better of his younger brother when his team defeated Prince Harry

Winners and losers: The Duke of Cambridge got the better of his younger brother when his team defeated Prince Harry”s in a charity polo match

Prince William played for the Tusk Trust team. Prince Harry

Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge, shows his bald patch in the rain whilst mud-spattered Harry looks on

Skillful: Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge, remained focused throughout the game. The three teams played in a round-robin tournament

Skillful: Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge, remained focused throughout the game. The three teams played in a round-robin tournament

How William shares a home with his brother and bride

The new Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are sharing an apartment at Clarence House in London with Prince Harry until they move into Kensington Palace.
In a bid to live in harmony with each other, and avoid any sibling squabbles, the brothers have a technique of making sure their shoes do not get mixed up — they write their initials on the soles, The Sunday Times reported.
Royal spotters at a charity gala on Thursday glimpsed a “W” that had been scrawled on the soles of William’s shoes.
A royal source confirmed: “William and Harry are similar in shoe size, so I think this is his way of making sure he’s wearing the right shoes. It’s quite sweet, really.”
When William is on duty as a search and rescue helicopter pilot at RAF Valley in Wales, he lives with Kate in a cottage on Anglesey. But when the couple have engagements in the capital, they have to share with Harry.
The newlyweds will have to wait until they return from their tour of Canada and California in July before they move into their apartment in Kensington Palace, where Princess Diana, William’s mother, lived.
They will have the use of a two-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment as a temporary measure until they start a family.

Prince Harry laughs with Prince Seeiso of Lesotho after playing in the Sentebale Cup When the two brothers met on the polo field there was friendly rivalry with Harry joking with his older sibling when the action on the pitch brought them together

Prince Harry laughs with Prince Seeiso of Lesotho after and the princes cooling down after the game

After the polo Harry hosted a fundraising dinner where a charity auction was held to raise funds for his organisation while William left to join his wife Kate at a private royal family function

After the polo Harry hosted a fundraising dinner where a charity auction was held to raise funds for his organisation while William left to join his wife Kate at a private royal family function

Tusk Trust won the tournament and William - whose bald patch was exposed by the torrential rain - accepted the trophy on behalf of his team

Tusk Trust won the tournament and William – whose bald patch was exposed by the torrential rain – accepted the trophy on behalf of his team

Prince William, Duke of Cambridge laughs with Prince Seeiso of Lesotho as the game comes to an end

Prince William, Duke of Cambridge laughs with Prince Seeiso of Lesotho as the game comes to an end