Tag: race

Prince William, Prince Harry and Kate Middleton together pushed the button to start the London marathon as hundreds of police lined the streets amid fears of a terror attack

Prince William, Prince Harry and Kate Middleton together pushed the button to start the London marathon as hundreds of police lined the streets amid fears of a terror attack

Catherine Duchess of Cambridge
Prince William, Prince Harry and Kate Middleton together pushed the button to start the London marathon as hundreds of police lined the streets amid fears of a terror attack. The royals, who champion the marathon's official charity Heads Together, put their hands together to release almost 50,000 hopefuls on their gruelling 26-mile journey. Among them were celebrities including former Top Gear host Chris Evans, model Ashley James and Eastenders star Adam Woodyatt. Prince Harry, who hopes this will be the year of the 'mental health marathon', will present trophies to the top three elites and World Para Athletics Marathon World Cup competitors. Hundreds of police including armed patrols are lining the streets of London for the biggest anti-terror operation
Did Catherine Duchess of Cambridge let her husband Prince William win this race?

Did Catherine Duchess of Cambridge let her husband Prince William win this race?

Catherine Duchess of Cambridge, Prince William, Royality
Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton to mere mortals, took part in a 100 metre sprint alongside her husband and brother-in-law on Sunday to help promote the London Marathon. It turns out that even while sprinting Kate looks like she is just about to step onto a red carpet, smiling serenely as she glided towards the finish line during the relay at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in East London. And they're off ... Their Royal Highnesses are championing #HeadsTogether to try to encourage people with mental health problems to talk to others. "We want to normalise mental health, we want to get people talking about it, to make it more normal and to reduce the stigma," The Duke of Cambridge said. "You are crucial to making this happen and we can't do it without you." A vid...