Princes William and Harry Join DIY SOS To Transform Derelict Street

Yes they can! William and Harry don workmen’s helmets with their names on as they join BBC’s DIY SOS team to transform derelict street into homes for ex-servicemen

  • Entire street in Manchester will be rejuvenated for Armed Forces veterans

  • Princes donned personalised hard hats as they arrived at the building site

  • Joined presenter Nick Knowles and the BBC’s DIY SOS team of builders


Dressed in jeans and workmens’ helmets, Princes William and Harry showed off their DIY skills today, helping to turn a derelict street into homes for ex-service personnel.

Fifth in line to the throne Harry, 31, still sporting his much-admired beard and wearing grey hoodie and T-shirt, rolled up his sleeves as he helped to lay a patio, while his elder brother, more formally dressed in a jumper and shirt, helped to paint a wall.

As usual there was more than a little competition between the two men. After being briefed about their tasks, William raised an eyebrow at his younger brother and said challengingly: ‘Game on.’


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