Princes William and Harry helped in the tsunami relief effort by packing aid for victims at a warehouse in London.
The princes wanted to help in the massive voluntary operation after seeing the plight of orphaned children.
"We were both seriously shocked," said 22-year-old William. "A documentary about orphans brought tears to our eyes."
Twenty-year-old Harry said, "We didn't want to sit back and just give donations."
Some Londoners charged that the royal family had not helped the relief effort.