Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge... and sports.
The Duchess, along with husband Prince William and brother-in-law Prince Harry, officially launched the Tour De France race in Leeds on Saturday, according to Hello Magazine.
The royal trio, without baby Prince George (he was sleeping), kicked off the 2,272-mile biking trip, which features 22 teams riding through the U.K., Belgium, Spain and Paris in July.
On Sunday, both the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge graced Wimbledon to watch the men's final between Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic, where Djokvic was crowned the winner. After the game, Djokvic was greeted by both Will and Kate and asked the Duchess about her own tennis skills.
“I’m slightly out of practice at the moment since having George,” she said laughing.
Although Will and Kate have played a handful amount of sports on their own and with each other, Kate, to us anyway, has always been our favourite. Even as a young girl, the Duchess played tennis, hockey, netball, and swam and was on several school teams, according to the Daily Mail.
Even last year, just a few months after giving birth to Prince George, the Duchess was spotted playing volleyball (in wedges) during an event at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London. We've also seen Kate take part in sailing and she even nudged an Olympic athlete she wanted sailing lessons for Prince George.
And when she's not playing sports, she's advocating for them. As a patron of the SportsAid charity, Kate helps support young athletes in the U.K. excel in sport.
Check out some photos of Kate in action below:
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