Kate Middleton showed off her sporty side as she joined in with activities at the SportsAid event at the London Stadium in Stratford.
The Duchess of Cambridge put on her trainers as she practiced her boxing skills and running at the event in east London this morning.
Kate, 38, looked laid back in forest green culottes and a matching long sleeve top as she attended the event, which is to highlight the role parents and guardians have in their child’s sporting success.
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The Duchess didn’t shy away as she ran around the athletics track before showing off her best Taekwondo moves with team Great Britain’s Lutalo Muhammad.
She later joined Olympic heptathlete champion Jessica Ennis-Hill on the track while tying her hair back into a ponytail for the sporty day.
During the engagements, Kate, who is a patron of SportsAid, will meet with young athletes and later listen to a panel discussion with parents and guardians.
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SportsAid helps young athletes to overcome the financial obstacles they face in their bid to become Britain’s next generation of Olympians, Paralympians and world champions.
The Duchess of Cambridge became SportsAid's Patron in 2013.
The charity says of her patronage: “Her support is helping to shine a brighter light on the achievements and potential of the UK's most talented young athletes.
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“She has spent time with many of the country's up-and-coming sports stars at the charity's training days and workshops.
“She has also met several of SportsAid's biggest supporters at fundraising events such as the SportsBall, while recognising the dedication and commitment shown by young athletes and their families through her backing of SportsAid Week.”
It comes after Kate enjoyed a night out in London’s West End with Prince William on Tuesday night, where they attended a special performance of Dear Evan Hansen.
The pair stepped out onto into the busy London street looking suave as they entered the theatre, where they watched a special performance of the Tony-award winning musical Dear Evan Hansen in aid of charity The Royal Foundation.
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