Kate Middleton Cheers While Playing Wheelchair Rugby & Gets Sweet Gift For Princess Charlotte
Is there anything Kate Middleton can’t do?! The Princess of Wales showed off her sporty side while taking part in a wheelchair rugby game in Hull, England, on Oct. 5, where she demonstrated her athletic prowess and positive attitude on the court. Kate was seen cheering throughout the match and she also chatted with players and staff during her visit. The future queen was there as royal patron of the Rugby Football League, a position she took over from Prince Harry in 2022. The mom of three previously hit the rugby pitch while launching her new role that year and she’s not the only one keeping her eye on the ball! Kate has spoken about her and Prince William’s oldest child, Prince George, learning the game, and she received a special gift for another one of their kids during her latest outing. The 41-year-old smiled while holding a jersey that was apparently personalized for daughter Princess Charlotte!