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Princess Catherine sported a tracksuit for her outing today with Disability Rugby League players in East Yorkshire, and even joined them in a training session – but she did express some concern over her injured hand before getting stuck in.
As we all are well aware by now, Kate Middleton is quite the sporty lady. She does all sorts of athletic activities on the regular to stay fit and help keep her athletic figure in tip-top shape, including running, playing tennis (she’s even played a match with Roger Federer), abseiling, and more.
It only makes sense, then, that the stylish royal would seek out opportunities to connect with local athletes – including the Disability Rugby League players in East Yorkshire, who spectacularly play rugby in wheelchairs.
Looking happy as can be, Kate joined the players for a training session, showing her support for Rugby League Inclusivity Day at Allam Sports Centre. But, before the Princess took part in the sporty activities and strapped into her wheelchair, she had to disclose that she had a minor hand injury.