Kate Middleton and Prince William spent wonderful Sunday, they took part in another charity action in Olympic Park. Prince Harry also joined them and even came in first followed by his brother in the 100m sprint.
The young royals, Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, took part in the charity event in London Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. On Sunday, they personally supported a training day for the runners of London Marathon 2017. Of course, Kate, William and Harry aren’t able to run 25-mile course but they decided to support British athletes, being running the symbolical 100-meters sprint.
The winner of this short race was Prince Harry, he came first followed by William and Kate. Competitive Kate did her best but Harry was like a bullet and left no chances to beat him. Prince William came second thanks to the encouragement of well-wishers from the sidelines.
The athletes were happy to feel the young royals’ support, their presence drew attention to the fundraising efforts for the eight Heads Together Charity Partners or the campaign itself. All the raising funds will be spent for the services and support giving vital help to the people with mental health.