Courtesy of WildAid
Is it hot in here—or is it just two of the United Kingdom’s sexiest dads teaming up to do good for the world?
Yes, you read that right! It’s been revealed that Prince William and David Beckham have joined forces with WildAid to film public service announcements asking consumers to cut down on the consumption of ivory and rhino horns.
The PSAs will also feature basketball player Yao Ming.
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Wildlife conservation has always been important to Wills, who was honored at last night’s Tusk Awards, where wife Kate Middleton made her first appearance since giving birth to Prince George.
The PSA is William’s first effort since it was announced that he was retiring from the military to pursue his charitable interests through the Royal Foundation full time.
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“The duke will work closely over the next 12 months with the Royal Foundation of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry,” Kensington Palace said in a statement.
“He will expand his work in the field of conservation, particularly in respect of endangered species,” the statement continued.
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At last night’s awards, William also revealed his plans to share his compassion and interest with his son—Wills previously admitted he had an African-themed nursery planed for
“Catherine and I very much hope to introduce him to East Africa—a place we known and love—in the fullness of time,” he told the crowd.