You need to see this race featuring the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry
Have you ever wondered which British prince is faster? Or how the Duchess of Cambridge would do in a race?
While most of you probably haven't given this much thought, William, Harry and Kate participated in a training day for Heads Together, the official charity of the London Marathon, on Sunday. Joined by marathon world-record holder Paula Radcliffe, former Olympic sprinter Iwan Thomas and 150 other runners, the group hoped to raise awareness for mental health.
And while doing so, the royal trio participated in an abbreviated race on the track, and it's pretty entertaining. Harry ultimately won the event, but all three are surprisingly fast.
And they're off ... Their Royal Highnesses are championing #HeadsTogether to try to encourage people with mental health problems to talk to others. "We want to normalise mental health, we want to get people talking about it, to make it more normal and to reduce the stigma," The Duke of Cambridge said. "You are crucial to making this happen and we can't do it without you."
Now if only Kensington Palace could organize a charity decathlon with these three. Who wouldn't want to watch that?
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