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Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Duchess, Duke of Cambridge & Prince Harry attend Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, take part in Traditional games

Duchess, Duke of Cambridge & Prince Harry attend Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, take part in Traditional gamesDuchess, Duke of Cambridge & Prince Harry attend Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, take part in Traditional games
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attended Glasgow Commonwealth Games and took part in traditional games as they visited the athletes' village yesterday, July 29.  Kate played the South African game 'Three Tins' today as she visited the athletes' village during her second day at the Commonwealth Games.  It involves knocking down three tins with a ball before running in to the middle of the square, rebuilding them and hopping over the tins three times.   She cheered as she knocked the tins over and smiled after completing the task. Prince William later faced Harry in opposing teams in the same game.


The royals, along with Usain Bolt, also chatted and posed for photographs as hundreds of people gathered to catch a glimpse of them. They were joined on their tour of the site by the country's most successful Olympian Sir Chris Hoy, who is also chieftain of the village. Their visit comes the day after they joined thousands of spectators at the Games, taking in gymnastics, boxing, hockey and swimming. They were given a tour of the recreation facilities for the athletes, where William played video games with some of the Welsh women's hockey team.

 
All three moved on to the village green where they heard a performance of the Games' anthem for Unicef from a group of local school children.  Kate, dressed in a smart royal blue dress and dark blazer by Smythe, whom even renamed the style The Duchess as the royal has worn it so much. 



Kate, wearing a blue dress, dark blazer and wedges, wowed the crowd by stepping up and taking part in the traditional gameKate cheered as she played the game, which involves knocking down tin cans with a ball before re-building them and jumping over themThe strain of being the mum to a one-year-old boy was not visible on Kate's face as she smiled and chatted to fans during the day

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