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Prince William and Kate Milddleton, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, along with Prince Harry, had a little Royal Family competition at an event for their mental health charity Heads Together.


The royals joined nearly 150 volunteers who were preparing to run the 2017 London Marathon at the starting line of London Marathon Community Track. During their visit, Prince William, Prince Harry and Duchess Kate each ran one leg of the relay, which was about 50 meters.

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William had a little fun with his teammates ahead of the race by joking, “Oh, my hamstring,” before taking off against his wife and brother.

According to People Magazine, Prince Harry was the first to finish with William in second place and Duchess Kate bringing it in for third place.

“You nearly beat me!” William reportedly exclaimed to his wife after the race.

Apparently, it was a close one!

Prince William, Kate Middleton and Prince Harry never looked happier than they did racing each other for charity Alastair Grant / Getty Images
Nicole is a content editor with Rare. 
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