Prince Harry beats Will and Kate in charity race

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.

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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.

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