04:59AM, Monday 14 July 2014
The Duke of Cambridge and Prince Harry are taking part in a cricket match in Windsor today.
It is a private event, to raise awareness for United For Wildlife and the #WhoseSideAreYouOn campaign.
The princes have been joined by famous sportsmen including ex-England batsman Kevin Pietersen for the 20:20 match at the Royal Household Cricket Club in Home Park, Windsor.
The Royal Household team is taking on a team representing United For Wildlife, which was created by The Royal Foundation of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry.
It brings together seven international conservation organisations, including WWF and ZSL, convened by The Duke of Cambridge.
Follow @United4Wildlife on Twitter or click here for more information.
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