Photos: Prince William, Prince Harry turn stockbrokers for the day

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Britain's Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, right and his brother Prince Harry take part in a trade on the BGC Partners trading floor, during the BGC Charity Day 2013, in Canary Wharf, London, Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2013. Prince William and Prince Harry have turned temporary stock traders, participating in a charity event in memory of victims of the Sept. 11 attacks. Assisted by professional traders, the royals took to the phones for an hour to broker deals, including one valued at 25 billion euros ($33 billion). They also found time to joke around, with Harry accusing his elder brother, father of 2-month-old Prince George, of indulging in "baby chat" rather than sealing the deal. (AP Photo/ Chris Jackson, Pool)


Princes William and Harry turned into temporary brokers on Wednesday-- for a charity event to honor 9/11 victims.

The royals took to the phones for an hour to faciliate deals including one that cost 25 billion euros for the special event, which was run by BGC Partners, a company that lost 658 employees in 2011 from the Sept. 11 terror attacks.

In typical Harry humor, the younger Prince turned to his brother at one point and said, "Stop flirting, get on with it!" He remarked to other traders on the floor, "He's on the phone and it's all baby chat."

While William may have been chirping away about Baby George, we want to know why Harry was making this face.