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Prince William and Prince Harry are doing their part for Britain's wounded warriors.

The royals paid a visit on Monday to Tedworth House, a recovery center in Wiltshire in southern England operated by the Help for Heroes charity that provides care and support to injured British soldiers.

Prince Harry

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William and Harry not only toured the rehab facility, but the siblings were also scheduled to officially open four new Help for Heroes recovery centers that the charity just built.

In addition, they met with wounded troops, veterans and their families to learn about their physical and mental challenges as they go about rebuilding their lives.

Prince Harry just returned from a highly publicized U.S. tour, where he attended the 2013 Warrior Games, met with victims of last fall's Superstorm Sandy and played in a polo match to help raise money for a South African children's charity.

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