Prince William and Prince Harry have taken a secret short break in Spain - to hunt wild boar.
The brothers, who are second and third in line to the throne respectively, flew out to stay on one of the largest and most exclusive hunting estates in western Europe at the weekend.
Nestled in Finca La Garganta on the border of Castilla La Mancha, the estate is owned by the Duke of Westminster, Gerald Grosvenor.
Wildlife here includes wild boar and stag, and the princes are said to be keen to have a shot or two.
According to the Daily Mail, beaters and packs of dogs were brought in to maximise the chances of several "kills".
William flew into Seville, while Harry arrived on a private jet later in the afternoon. The brothers are not allowed to travel together in case of an accident.
The princes took up residence in a ten-bedroom villa with a group of friends.
The trip is believed to be an early celebration to mark Prince Harry's graduation as an Ahttp://www.dailymail.co.uk/travel/article-2045071/Olympics-2012-Britons-discount-UK-hotel-rooms.htmlpache attack helicopter pilot.
The news comes at a time when hunting holidays are taking the limelight after reports found that increasing numbers of Brits are taking 'safari-style' hunting holidays to shoot giraffes.
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