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Prince Harry and Prince William have added some new gigs to their busy royal work schedule.
Kensington Palace announced earlier today that Harry will be spending 24 hours in a cold chamber as part of a training exercise ahead of his trip to the South Pole in November.
On Sept. 16, Harry will join members of Britain's Walking With the Wounded South Pole Allied Challenge team "inside MIRA's whole-vehicle environmental test chambers which simulate the extreme conditions they will face in the South Pole," according to the Palace's release. "He will acclimatize with the team, test equipment and practice the routine for the South Pole, including skiing and setting up camp."
During the Walking With the Wounded challenge, three teams of wounded service personnel from Britain, the U.S. and the Commonwealth will race 208 miles from South Africa to the South Pole. Harry has been training for the trip for months. Last month, he hiked in freezing temperatures over the Langjökull Glacier in Iceland.
Meanwhile, Will will be hosting the first-ever football match at Buckingham Palace in London as part of The Football Association's 150th anniversary celebrations. The match will take place at the Palace on Oct. 7.
Will has been keeping busy since welcoming his and Kate Middleton's royal baby boy Prince George. Last week, the Duke started the annual Ring O' Fire ultra-marathon in Anglesey.