On February 2, Kate Middleton, 40, paid a visit to Twickenham. The Duchess of Cambridge has met the English rugby teams, those of the English Rugby League and the English Rugby Federation. This meeting was an opportunity for the mother of Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis to do a training session with the teams. Prince William’s wife, 39, scored tries. The Duchess of Cambridge was lifted into the air by the players during a throw-in. Kate Middleton also participated in a scrum. The mother of George, 8, Charlotte, 6, and Louis, 3, has spoken of her concerns about the future of her youngest child, Prince Louis of Cambridge.
The Duchess of Cambridge has revealed that Princes George and Louis of Cambridge are both passionate about rugby. Prince George of Cambridge, 8, has already played rugby several times at school, says Kate Middleton. On the other hand, the Duchess of Cambridge claims to have some fears about her youngest son Louis. The Cambridges’ youngest son seems to enjoy the rough and turbulent nature of rugby a bit too much. “They’re all taking advantage of it, Louis is a suicide bomber, we’re worried that when he’s older he’ll be in the middle of it all,” Prince Charles’ 73-year-old daughter-in-law told Hello! magazine.
Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge takes the place of Prince Harry at the head of the English rugby teams
The Duchess of Cambridge took advantage of the day on February 2 to do a workout. But his visit is not insignificant. It comes hours after Kate Middleton was officially named as patron of the English Rugby League and the English Rugby Federation. Kate Middleton had been approached to officially occupy these two positions. “Kate took on both roles after they were left vacant following Prince Harry’s departure from the firm,” the Mirror states.
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