Adorable Princes William and Harry Tickle the Piano Keys

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‘Adorable Princes William and Harry Tickle the Piano Keys’

While their parents, Prince Charles and Princess Diana, busied themselves with an ITN interview, the young Princes William and Harry entertained themselves at the piano.

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