Camilla Parker Bowles
Camilla Parker Bowles received a litter picker during her recent engagement. Pictured: Camilla holds a pair of Litter Pickers, given as gifts and engraved with the names of Princes William and Harry during her visit to the Malmesbury Residents Association on January 23, 2019 in London, England. Getty Images/Roland Hoskins-WPA Pool

Prince William and Prince Harry will reportedly receive a gag gift from Camilla Parker Bowles.

During the Duchess of Cornwall’s recent visit to Caxton Hall in East London for an event with Cleanup UK, Camilla was presented with a special gift to pass on to Prince Charles’ sons.

Royal reporter Rebecca English shared a photo of the engraved trash grabbers that Camilla received on behalf of the Duke of Cambridge and the Duke of Sussex via her Twitter account.

Last year, the royal siblings talked about some of the things that they learned from their dad and one of them was the importance of litter picking. In the documentary “Prince, Son, and Heir: Charles at 70,” Prince William and Prince Harry said that their dad also taught them how to respect nature.

“He took us litter picking when we were younger, on holiday. We were in Norfolk on school holidays and we went out litter picking with him,” Prince William said in the documentary.

The second in line to the throne also said that he and his younger brother thought that picking out trash anywhere was a normal thing that everyone else did.

Prince Harry also praised his dad for successfully encouraging them to do the right things without forcing them in any way.

“To the point where I used to get taken the mickey out of at school for picking up rubbish. I didn’t go out consciously looking for it but when you go for walks anywhere and you see something and it stands out, you pick it up,” Prince Harry said.

Meanwhile, Prince Charles’ wife also made headlines during her engagement on Wednesday after she danced with the members of the charity Brenner Center, who celebrated their 80th anniversary. The Jewish community center is home to older Jewish people living in East London.

English shared a video of the Duchess of Cornwall dancing and having fun while at the charity.