Prince William celebrated his 32nd birthday in style, as you might expect of a right British royal prince.
Unfortunately, even though the birthday boy had a great weekend, he didn't receive such a nice gift from his baby bro.
On Sunday at the June Goldin Group Charity Cup polo game at Beaufort Polo Club in Gloucestershire, Prince William's younger brother gave him a right royal hiding on the polo field.
The epic battle on horses commenced at around 3 pm with both of the Princes looking like they were hungry for victory.
It seems though that age and experience were no match for the energetic youthfulness of the younger prince as, for the second year in a row, Prince Harry's polo team took the game with seven goals compared to Prince William's teams' five and a half.
A spectator at the even spoke to Us Weekly after the match, confirming that the royal brothers were bests of buddies after the match and enjoyed some laughs together:
"Even though Harry won, both brothers seemed on really good form. They were still chatting and laughing together after the match, I think Prince William took the defeat well."
The defeat for Prince William may have had something to do with the fact that his wife, Kate Middleton, and son, Prince George, were not able to make it to the game to offer their support.
It would have been all good if Prince William would have received the $13 million helicopter it was reported he was to get as a birthday gift from his granny, the Queen. But Buckingham Palace confirmed that this story was wholly untrue.
Either way, the polo game which finished off Prince William's birthday weekend so nicely was a great one with the prince looking forward to next year's match in the hope that he won't suffer his third defeat in three years at the hands of his younger brother.