Published: Mon, February 06, 2017
Culture | By Henry Herrera

Prince Harry bests William, Kate in London royal run

Prince Harry bests William, Kate in London royal run

While Prince William has been being groomed to take the throne one day, Prince Harry has got to indulge more in the things that he's passionate about including sport.

William, perhaps aware he would be beat by his more athletic sibling, had quipped moments before the start: "Oh, my hamstring!"

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The royals were joined by 150 others training for the London Marathon who are raising money for a youth mental health charity.

After the training was completed Prince William addressed the athletes.

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Even if William had managed to win, Women's World Record Marathon holder Paula Radcliffe joked that William should have been disqualified as he was running into Kates lane during the race.

Prince Harry, Prince William, and Kate Middleton all hit the race track to cheer on runners during a training day for the Heads Together team ahead of the 2017 London Marathon at Olympic Park on Sunday (February 5) in London, England.

Because of her official duties, it is among the cadets of the air force of her graceful Majesty that the young mother will spend the day.

Thanks for looking out, Kate and Will. She followed the footsteps of Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, who is the princess' grandfather-in-law and the husband of Queen Elizabeth II.

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