Grab your mallets, because the palace just announced Prince William and Prince Harry's first joint event of the year...and it's none other than a polo match.
Kensington Palace announced on Monday that Harry and William would square off at the King Power Royal Charity Polo Day at Billingbear Polo Club next Wednesday, July 10. The match will raise funds for charities supported by their royal highnesses.
Any indication of a sibling rivalry (or a "royal rift," as the U.K. tabloids like to call it) will need to be put aside for some good ol' fashioned competition.
While it's unclear whether their wives, Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle, or their children, George, Charlotte, Louis and Archie, will also attend, this will be the brothers' first time co-hosting a joint event this year. (Sheesh, it took nearly seven months?! We guess they've been busy, though.)
The match will support 15 different charities the dukes are passionate about. After the split of their joint office back in March, it was less of a shock that Meghan and Harry left the Fab Four's joint charity, The Royal Foundation, this June. This double-duke event will be a nice way to bring their separate interests and charities together for one big polo tourney.
The tournament is named after former Leicester City football owner, Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha, who was tragically killed last October when his helicopter crashed while leaving the King Power stadium.
Yep, safe to say we can't wait 'til the two dukes, well, duke it out. (Had to.)