Prince Harry beats Will and Kate in charity race

The British royal family spent Super Bowl Sunday getting into competitive athletics of their own ― all for a good cause.

At one point, the Duke crossed into the Duchess's lane.

The royals appeared joined almost 150 Head's Together volunteers who are preparing to run the 2017 London Marathon at the starting line of London Marathon Community Track.

In any case, Prince Harry proved to be the fleetest of foot, coming in at first place while William and Kate came in second and third, respectively.

The runners who were present at the training session will all be raising money for the mental health charities, when they participate in the London Marathon in late April this year. William then tried to put his hand in Kate's face to obstruct her vision before the race started.

One of Donald Trump's Cabinet Nominees Just Dropped Out
Viola, the founder of the electronic trading company Virtu Financial, was nominated for position in late December. The Military Times is reporting he withdrew due to his inability to separate himself from his business ties.

A statement from the palace explained that Kate will be meetings cadets from the Bedfordshire and Cambridgeshire Wing Air Training Corps, who are visiting the RAF for a training camp.

According to Hello, the pretty Duchess of Cambridge will not alongside her beloved, but surrounded by hundreds of young men in uniform.

The royal trio laced-up their trainers and took to the track at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in east London for their mental health campaign Head Together.

Instead of doing something sappy with her hubs, Kate will be meeting air cadets at a Royal Air Force base in Cambridgeshire on the most romantic day of the year.

Related Articles

  • Australians Protest Trump Refugee Ban in the Thousands

    Australians Protest Trump Refugee Ban in the Thousands

    Australia's offshore detention camps have often been criticized by the United Nations watchdogs for harsh conditions. Under a longstanding policy, Australia mandates offshore detention centers for asylum-seekers who arrive by boat.

    Ivanka Trump & Jared Kushner May Have Just Quietly Helped The LGBTQ Community

    The executive order would have reversed an order banning contractors from discriminating against LGBT people. The executive order has exposed what is likely to be a persistent schism in Mr.
    Iowa reports rising number of flu-related deaths

    Iowa reports rising number of flu-related deaths

    Still, the CDC says that the best way to protect yourself and others from influenza is to get vaccinated. The victims include 19 people 81 or older and two people between 61 and 80 years old.
  • Gov. Abbott, John Kelly heed warning of Texas officials on Mexico policies

    Greg Abbott told the new head of homeland security that economic development is as important to the region as border security. He repeatedly promised that a wall will be constructed (see video below) and Mexico will help pay for it.

    Renewed Dakota Access pipeline review draws protesters' ire

    The tribe is trying to steer protesters to a March 10 event called the Rise with Standing Rock Native Nations March on Washington. The group said that Hoeven was " prematurely championing Trump directives to grant an easement for illegal construction ".
    Toomey pops left's bubble - will back Trump education nominee Betsy DeVos

    Toomey pops left's bubble - will back Trump education nominee Betsy DeVos

    In other words, Collins will vote to allow the Senate to debate DeVos, but she now says she will not vote for her to be confirmed. The wealthy Republican donor has been denounced by Democrats - and now two Republicans - who have slammed her credentials.
  • McSweeney's published Trump's Black History Month speech as a humor column

    McSweeney's published Trump's Black History Month speech as a humor column

    Martin Luther King, Jr., whose incredible example is unique in American history. Many Americans remain hopeful that Trump will bring positive changes.

    Ex-Baylor coach Art Briles drops libel lawsuit against university officials

    The attorney said Briles wanted some peace in his life and to put as much distance as possible between his family and Baylor. Seeking a jury trial, Shillinglaw is filing for damages suffered due to the incident.

    Steve Kerr, Chris Paul, Carmelo Anthony, Luol Deng resent Trump's travel ban

    Luckily, Deng whose family eventually settled in the United Kingdom after escaping Sudan as refugees, is from South Sudan. I'm a prime example of what opportunity is in this world". "We had plans to do to a basketball camp in South Sudan.
  • Water emergency cancels after-school activities in Chapel Hill

    Water emergency cancels after-school activities in Chapel Hill

    The Jones Ferry Road Water Treatment Plant will return to normal operation as soon as it is safe to do so, OWASA officials said. Officials dismissed elementary students at 1:30 p.m., middle school students at 2:10 p.m. and high school students at 2:55 p.m.
    Man throws homemade explosive device inside crowded California Cheesecake Factory

    Man throws homemade explosive device inside crowded California Cheesecake Factory

    A spokeswoman for the Cheesecake Factory , Alethea Rowe, gave the following statement to NBC4 Southern California Friday morning. The Pasadena Police Department is handling the ongoing investigation, but the FBI has been notified, KABC reports.
    American heart month aims at spreading awareness about heart health

    American heart month aims at spreading awareness about heart health

    Knowing these numbers can help women and their healthcare provider determine their risk for developing cardiovascular diseases. Cardiovascular disease and stroke make up in three deaths among women annually - which is more than all cancers combined.